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It’s In The Bag!

Regular readers will know that I’m always willing to share how I took a photograph and  any steps I might have taken to develop the photographs that I publish to this blog. 779 kata lagi

Mike Hardisty Photography

D850: a very brief hands-on sharing

Longed for many years, Nikon has finally responded her supporter with something impressive. Months before the arrival of D850, Sony released another pioneering product A9. It unveils the true potential of mirroless who not only be attractive in size but also capable to keep up the fast moving subject like DSLR. 852 kata lagi


The Mirrorless Camera. An Expensive Point & Shoot?

So, yes I took the plunge and bought the Sony A6000 with two kit lenses, the 16-55mm and 70-200 mm. The reason I had purchased it was in the hopes I would be able to travel with a much lighter and smaller camera (my backpack on my last travel weighed 18 pounds before the 5 pound tripod!) and possibly for street photography. 1.687 kata lagi


Transformation - Time lapse - intial practice

In class this week we continued our discussions about how to approach the project and Zig was showing us some of his work from his website. 685 kata lagi

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Using Live View for Composition

Author: Amy Novotny

Live View is a great tool featured on many new digital cameras and serves many purposes. It can help with focus, with shooting scenes in which the camera is higher or lower than the photographer, and with composition. 427 kata lagi