Category Archives: Gear

Photography related gear.

My DSLR Kit – Canon for Beginners

All entry level DSLRs come with auto and scene modes, to help familiarize users moving from the point-and-shoot digital cameras. Of course they also have full manual control and other features that a higher level DSLRs is capable of for when you want to move beyond “green rectangle”.

Here is 4 kits for beginners, who switching to DSLR. Each kit consists of a DSLR camera, a list of lenses to begin with and the budget. Continue reading

My DSLR Kit – Nikon for Beginners

All entry level DSLRs come with auto and scene modes, to help familiarize users moving from the point-and-shoot digital cameras. Of course they also have full manual control and other features that a higher level DSLRs is capable of for when you want to move beyond “green rectangle”.

Here is 4 kits for beginners, who switching to DSLR. Each kit consists of a DSLR camera, a list of lenses to begin with and the budget. Continue reading

Add a “wow factor” to your images with Polarizing filter

Polarizing filter

Photo by PiccoloNamek

Polarizing filters can reduce, and sometimes even remove, unwanted reflections from your images, and in doing so often increase color saturation. But mostly they’re used to make blue skies bluer, clouds stand out in dramatic fashion also make a rainbow more visible and help out when you’re photographing foliage by reducing reflections on leaves. Let’s look at a few areas where polarizing filters can have the biggest impact… Continue reading

Nikon D4s specifications

Nikon D4s

Nikon recently has officially announced a next-generation flagship model offering advanced specifications that respond to the needs of professional photographers – the D4s. According to the company, the D4s was a “minor update that turned into more”: a new sensor and upgrade to its Expeed 4 processor for better image quality and speed, plus tweaks to the autofocus settings, video and workflow features, and controls. Continue reading