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Download PDF – Canon DSLR Lens Catalogue

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Download PDF - Canon DSLR Lens Catalogue

Download PDF - Canon DSLR Lens Catalogue


Great images start with great Lenses and, in many ways, an SLR is defined by the quality, breadth and scope of its associated system of Lenses. For many, Canon EF/EF-S Lenses alone are reason enough to choose the EOS System. A unique blend of the world’s most advanced optical, microelectronic, and precision manufacturing technologies, the Lenses are perfected in Canon’s laboratories and proven in the field. Whatever you shoot, whatever your budget, there are Canon Lenses perfect for your needs. Read the rest of this entry »

Nikon D800 Futuristic-Looking Camera Concept

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Nikon D800 Futuristic-Looking Camera Concept

Nikon D800 - Adjustable Camera Grip



TechnoFotografia
created a concept design for the yet-to-be-announced Nikon D800 DSLR. One of the novel features dreamed up for the design is a LCD screen that can be detached from the camera and used remotely . If this were to ever exist on a DSLR, losing the screens would be an issue, and replacing them would likely cost a fortune. Read the rest of this entry »

Limitations of Digital Processing in Photography

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Digital Processing in Photography

Digital Processing in Photography


As a novice photographer, or as someone starting out in learning the craft, your need of digital post-processing is inevitable. Now more than ever, digital processing softwares are popping up everywhere. Whether it be the instant kind (like Instagram, Hipstamatic, or ToyCamera) or the manual professionally-aimed ones (such as Adobe Photoshop, Aperture, or Lightroom), there’s now something for every one.

Now the question is, how far is too far when editing a photograph? This post will discuss some boundaries that are accepted in the photography world.

Digital processing in photography is generally used for 4 reasons:

1.Digital processing for personal use
There really are no boundaries as to what you can do with your photos if it’s only for personal use. You’re free to skew it any whichever way possible in any way you want. Even if it’ll be showcased in an exhibition later on, the creation will wholly be for your own sense of satisfaction.

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How Important are Megapixels in a Digital Camera?

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Megapixels in a Digital Camera

Megapixels in a Digital Camera



With the progress of technology of the digital camera comes the increase of megapixels in newer models. Megapixels are the unit used to measure resolution of a digital camera’s sensor. Many beginner photographers who don’t fully comprehend the importance of camera specifications assumes that the larger the megapixel, the better the camera. But that’s not necessarily the case.

There are a few assumption made among photographers about the role megapixels play in a camera: Read the rest of this entry »

Automotive Photography Tips and Trick

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Automotive Photography Tips - Mini Cooper S

Automotive Photography Tips - Mini Cooper S

Here are some tips and trick for Automotive Photography.This write-up will hopefully help out some fellow car enthusiasts in finding how they can take that one “money” shot of their car. All these ideas come from about a year or two of taking pictures of cars on a regular basis, experimenting with angles and camera settings.

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