Lately the internet has been abuzz with talk of DSLR cameras having a host of dust issues and cleaning this dust is quickly becoming an industry in and of itself. Indeed, the internet is rife with tutorials and blogs on how to and what the best technique is new products for cleaning sensor are coming to the market in ever increasing frequency. Indeed,1 Thanks/Like
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There seems to be a lot of discussion surrounding the differences between a so-called "pro" lens vs. the kit lenses that come with consumer grade DSLR's and whether or not a pro level level lens can make you a better photographer, I felt it was time to address this issue. To being with, I would like to address the differences between a pro0 Thanks/Like
What a strange adventure I had today....
So as most of you know I've been going back and forth between a Manfrotto 055 and an Induro AT213, both have very nice features and many of the members here have given me excellent feedback on this tripod. So this morning I was just about ready to press the little yellow Amazon button when the thought0 Thanks/Like
This morning the city of San Diego brought down the South Bay Power plant to make way for a park in the lower bay estuaries. Although the shots of the power plant coming down are okay the thing that I found most fascinating was the power of the explosions. The shock wave coming off these explosions was tremendous, you could literally feel impact of0 Thanks/Like
Focus stacking is a very easy way to produce an image with the maximum depth of field and doesn't require anything more than a copy of Photoshop.
First you need to set your camera up on a tripod and turn off auto-focus (and VR, if you have it). Now using the manual focus, bring the closest part of your subject into focus and release the0 Thanks/Like