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Choosing a camera based on capture techniques

I would advise amateurs starting out, or anyone wishing to upgrade based on new activities,  to assess their capture techniques before making make and model camera choices. CAPTURE TECHNIQUE 1 HAND-HELD STILL or ACTION DETAIL PHOTOGRAPHY: Any macro or close focus lens with or without artificial light When careful composition and background and focus management […]

Camera choice based on file application

RAW file processing and manipulating for major enlargement Photographers who have their eye on creating yummy, high-resolution pin-sharp prints with maximum attention to detail may be considering medium format cameras at the very top of the range. Cameras like Hasselblad, Pentax and Phase One are particularly popular, and each provides files that are a dream […]

Lenses for Botanical Photography

The first aspect to consider when choosing a lens, or lenses, is the focal length. Keep in mind that lenses are broadly grouped into four categories — wide‑angle, standard, telephoto and macro — according to their focal length. It is often assumed that the wide‑angle lens is for landscape photography and the telephoto lens is […]

Choosing a DSLR Camera – for nature photography

The affordability of computers and a plethora of mobile devices along with the growing use of email and the internet for communication and dissemination of images has led to a boom in home, educational and professional use of digital cameras. Nonetheless, for serious nature photographers, this is terrific because our choices have expanded, and along […]

Choosing a DSLR Lens – for nature photography

From a camera operator’s perspective, lenses are broadly grouped into four categories – wide-angle, standard, telephoto and macro – according to their focal lengths. It is often assumed that wide-angle lenses are for landscape photography and telephoto lenses for objects in the distance. This is a myth. Any lens can be used for any subject […]

Bird Photography – lenses and essential kit

Telephoto lenses make a distant subject look larger — in other words, distance seems to be compressed. Anything longer than 70 mm is considered to be telephoto. The shorter telephoto lenses,  between 70 mm and 200 mm, are ideal for photographing less shy maybe larger birds, birds perhaps that are used to the presence of people – Australian […]

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