Hi! This is another article for the long Photowalking series.
Today I will tell you why limiting yourself to one lens is a very good idea.
So around a month ago I had something very bad happen to one of my lenses. My 55-200 VR stopped working! It had some problems with a few things in it so it couldn’t auto focus or change its aperture! I sent it to be fixed about two weeks after the accident.
Hi there! So, after writing the Photowalking part 1 article and while I am writing the Part 2 article, I thought I should make this series of articles more interesting by writing some other stuff about photowalking.
This will include things like photowalks I take, I will publish once in a while a photowalk that I did and tell you about it and of course show you photos from it. I will also write quick tips about photowalks except from the big Photowalking articles.
We can start now! I will tell you of a photowalk that I took today!
Ever wondered if there is some kind of a cheap way to do macro photography? And I mean very cheap?
Many macro photographers will tell you that you have to get a dictated macro lens to do that kind of photography, but today I will so you a cheap way to start out with macro photography!
The biggest reason you think you need a macro lens is because most lenses can’t focus close enough to get you the shots you want, but macro lenses can. Although there is a way to get your lens to focus closer that it normally would!
Well, I am sure you read a lot of articles saying the camera isn’t important, and saying that a photographer with a $5000 camera can easily be outsmarted by a photographer who knows how to get the best out of his very cheap gear. Well is that right? Partly…
For beginners, the camera doesn’t really matter, a beginner who can’t get good shots with his Entry – level camera wont get better pictures with a Pro camera. Sure, the quality of his shots may be better if you count the mega pixels, but the pictures themselves will have nothing more special in them.