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my gearTrying to decide which DSLR camera to buy? One of the considerations to ponder is whether to buy a crop sensor camera or a full frame camera. Or perhaps you're considering upgrading from a crop sensor camera to a full frame camera.

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Sigma 35mm F1.4 DG HSM | A

Sigma considers this lens as one of it's Flagship lens. Inspite if that here are the pros and cons of the 35mm F/1.4 Art lens

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Canon EOS 6D Body Only

Canon EOS 6D Impressions

What are the pros and cons?

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Why do professional photographers cost so much?

FrankWhitePhotography-200x133That's a valid question and probably one I would ask if I wasn't a photographer. It may seems like you're getting exploited when it cost $500.00 or more for a one or two hour photo session, especially if the session doesn't come with any prints. How can photographers get away with charging $200 to $500 (or more) per hour and why do they do it?

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Review: Canon EF 28-105mm F/3.5-4.5 II USM Zoom Lens

 


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The Sigma EF 610 DG Super Speedlight Review

 


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Review: LowePro AW 302 Slingshot Camera Bag

 


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What is a STOP?

In photography a stop is the exposure value plus the difference of twice the amount of light to increase the exposure value. ½ the amount of light decreases the exposure value a stop. Fortunately, we can use the camera's built in light meter to figure out a given exposure value.

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The EF 85mm F/1.8 prime lens from Canon is great for portrait work. While it's possible to shoot just about anything with it, bear in mind it is a telephoto lens as well as a prime.

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An ND, or Neutral Density filter, works like a sunglasses, only it's for your camera lens.

    

Where to buy Hoya & Tiffen ND filters

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Shoot 'em with a Canon!

If you are going to shoot anyone today, Shoot 'em with a Canon! or a camera of your choice.

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