Originally uploaded by Tampen.
Your Sunday church photo of the day.
Shot with a Canon 20D. 59mm focal length, ISO 200, f/11 & 1/160s.
[tags]photo of the day, photo, pics, church, canon, 20d, clouds, angel[/tags]
Originally uploaded by stellaretriever.
Think you need to spend a serious chunk of change to get great wildlife shots? Think again.
This awesome shot was captured with a Canon S3 IS. It was captured at 1/250s and f/3.5. The focal length was 72mm, which transfers to the long end of the zoom ~420mm (a 6x multiplier).
[tags]photo of the day, photo, pics, photgraphy, canon, s3 is, wildlife, nature, close-up, digital, camera[/tags]
This is an excellent tutorial video for portrait retouching:
A video tutorial that takes a look at enhancing portraits using tools such as Liquify, adding catch lights, and skin tone adjustments by the numbers. For more free tutorials, visit www.radiantvista.com!
It’s short and sweet this week.
Need a cheap macro studio? How’s $.02 sound and within arm’s reach? Check it out.
How many pics fit on your memory card (up to 8MP anyway)? Get it here.
If you’re like me and you love Lightroom, then you might want to take a peep at Lightroom Extra for some great LR resources. It looks to have some even more promising features in the near future. While we’re on the Lightroom topic, I think Inside Lightroom is my favorite find thus far. There a dozens of presets available for download along with easy install instructions.
While this video demonstrates some high video frame rates, the shots below from flickr show off some amazing things captured with a still camera:
Both of the photos above are by flickr user nebarnix.
Want to know how you can do it too?
Check out the Guidebook over at HiViz with plenty of activities and different “triggers” to capture the perfect moment.
While you’re at it, check out the excellent galleries of Andrew Davidhazy.
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The new Nikon D40 and D40x are the first Nikon bodies without a built in auto focus motor. This means that the any lens used with the D40 and D40x will need the auto focus motor built into the lens. These lenses are called AF-S lenses. Sigma has a large line of compatible AF-S type lenses.
The following Sigma lenses are fully compatible with the Nikon D40 and D40x:
[tags]sigma, lens, lenses, compatible, compatibility, nikon, d40, d40x[/tags]
What? How can a camera that doesn’t even exist yet have a history? Good question. However, the Nikon D3 has been floating around the Internet since at least 2003. It’s gathered quite a following and a considerable, ever-changing feature list. Trust me, you want one . . . no, you want two. [Read more…]