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Facts About Amateur and Professional Cameras

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On January - 16 - 2022

amateur vs professional camera

amateur vs professional camera



No camera is especially designed for beginners. Even if there are cameras labeled as professional or entry-level, the difference exist in the feature that they have. Entry-level cameras can also be used for professional purposes as long as the photographer feel that all they require are in said camera. A professional camera will in turn also be rendered less useful if the user don’t need all the features it has to offer. Read the rest of this entry »

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Tips: Preserving Battery Life of your Digital Camera

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On January - 14 - 2022

Preserving Battery Life of Digital Camera

Preserving Battery Life of Digital Camera



Sometimes when we’re so absorbed in photographing, we forget that our cameras have battery limits. It wouldn’t be a problem if we brought a spare, but if you only brought the one attached to your camera you’ll have to make efforts to preserve it for as long as possible. Here are a few tips on how to do just that:

Auto Power Saving
Most cameras nowadays are equipped with this feature. This feature functions as an automatic shutdown when the camera is idle. Activate this feature, and when you really need to save that battery power, set it to its shortest idle period.

Original Batteries
Always use original batteries made by the manufacturer of your camera. Original batteries have precise voltage and amperage for your device. Non-original, 3rd party batteries often experience degradation in quality in a relatively short while. Sure, the original brands are more expensive, but I promise you that you’ll get what you paid for. Read the rest of this entry »

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What Is Minimum Focus Distance (MFD) On a Camera Lens?

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On January - 8 - 2022
Minimum Focus Distance Canon EF 24-104mm L

Minimum Focus Distance Canon EF 24-104mm L

All types of lens available in the market feature a point where if we move closer to the object of the photo, the lens cannot focus (blurred). Commonly, this point is called Minimum Focusing Distance (MFD). It is indicated in length (for example 0, 5 m) measured from the distance of sensor in camera to the object of the photo. Read the rest of this entry »

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Nikon D7000 Tips and Tricks

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On January - 7 - 2022

Nikon D7000 - Tips and Tricks

Nikon D7000 - Tips and Tricks

This video will help you set up and understand the different settings in your Nikon D7000. I walk you through each step of the way while interjecting how I would set up the menu if I owned the camera. If you have a Nikon D90 this video will also help you set up your camera as the menu systems are very similar. This video helps new Nikon D7000 users get a better understanding of their camera’s controls and guides them through getting better photos. Read the rest of this entry »

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Download PDF – Canon DSLR Lens Catalogue

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On January - 5 - 2022

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 »

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