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How to Change the Lens Safely

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On June - 6 - 2018ADD COMMENTS
How to Change the Lens Safely

How to Change the Lens Safely

One of the advantages of a DSLR is that the user can interchange different lenses on the camera body to achieve a variety of photographic effects. DSLR cameras have a release mechanism to change lenses quickly and easily so you don’t miss that perfect photo.

Here are some technique to change DSLR lenses. The advantage of this technique, is that it is so quick and easy, it minimizes your chance of getting dust on your camera’s sensor.

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This Man was Shot on His Head Because of a Selfie Photo

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On June - 5 - 2018ADD COMMENTS
Head Shot

Head Shot

Yet again, the fever of selfie has taken another victim. Just like the previous article on Jared Michael who got kicked by a train driver when he posed for a selfie near a train, this time, the bad luck is on the side of a Mexico city guy.

We do not know what exactly inside the head of this young man. Because of his desire to look cool, he posed himself with a gun pointing on his head while taking a selfie. Unfortunately, the gun was blown and the poor guy was dead not long after. Read the rest of this entry »

How to Safely Travel with your DSLR

How to Safely Travel with your DSLR



Traveling and photography are inseparable. Traveling is a way to grow as a photographer. And if you own a DSLR, you mostly likely want it to be your companion throughout your journey. But due to its larger size and the more fragile lenses attached to it, storing DSLRs require more care than the average point-and-shoot pocket cameras. The last thing you want is a damaged, or worse yet, missing photography equipment. Here are some tips to avoid such worst-case-scenarios: Read the rest of this entry »

A History of Women Photographers by Naomi Rosenblum

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On June - 4 - 2018ADD COMMENTS
A History of Women Photographers by Naomi Rosenblum

A History of Women Photographers by Naomi Rosenblum

A History of Women Photographers by Naomi Rosenblum. In this landmark volume, Rosenblum (A World History of Photography) examines sympathetically the achievements of women in photography since its invention in 1839, and highlights society’s failure to give them appropriate recognition. One research obstacle the author encountered was the 19th-century practice of men taking credit for work done by women. Read the rest of this entry »

What You Need to Know About Your Lens’ Image Stabilizer

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On June - 4 - 2018ADD COMMENTS

Lens' Image Stabilizer Switch

Lens’ Image Stabilizer Switch



Image Stabilization (or Nikon’s Vibration Reduction) is a feature available in some Canon and Nikon DSLR lenses. By simply activating the Image Stabilization (IS), the photographer can take sharp photos in low light (hence low shutter speeds) without the aid of a tripod and the photos won’t turn out blurry.

Image Stabilization or Vibration Reduction functions to lessen the effects from vibrations during shooting, making the lens more stable and consequentially creating sharper photographers. IS or VR is claimed to be able to capture sharp photographs even in conditions of exposure comprising of slower than 2 to 3 stops.
One thing that’s often asked by readers via e-mail is: “What happens if we photograph using a tripod while having the IS or VR on?” Read the rest of this entry »