Properly cleaning camera lenses is something all photographers should be able to accomplish, the glass one of the most important components of taking a proper image. Tomorrow I’ll show you how to successfully clean your contacts
Camera lenses are very expensive and delicate devices after you watch this video you’ll realize why lenses should not be left to experience extremes of temperature like being left in hot automobiles for any time at all.
CreativeLive has been offering some interesting workshops online for some time now, there is a Lighting Essentials Workshop today (April 5th) with Don Giannatti that starts at 9 a.m. United States Pacific Time, if you are near your computer or have the opportunity to participate I encourage you to do so.
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Ever wonder why ƒ-stops have the numbers they do, or what those numbers mean? Watch this great video to find out
Ever wonder how those funky aperture numbers ended up on your lens barrel? Or who chose those odd ƒ-numbers that run in the seemingly arbitrary 1, 1.4, 2, 2.8, 4, 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22, 32 sequence? And why does the biggest number refer to the smallest lens-hole? Continue Reading
CNET.com recently reviewed the full frame Nikon D800 camera and it seems to be quite the body to have, it is similar in feature set to the Canon 5D Mark III but priced significantly cheaper. While I’m not the typical Canon/Nikon fanboy (I own Olympus, Nikon and Canon SLRs). I do prefer Nikon’s digital range of camera, I see an upgrade in the storage mediums of photographers who own this camera because the size of a RAW/NEF file is generally between 40-70MB.