In this 2nd installment about portraiture, let’s discuss equipment.
If you haven’t figured that out by now, photography like other creative endeavors has a technical side as well as a creative side.
Before you can get predictable results with your camera, you need to master or at least understand your equipments’ limitations. Without this mastery, your vision will not materialize as a successful still picture. Continue reading Better Portraits Part 2→
The biggest obstacle in a beginning digital photographerâ€™s way is often that lens that was bundled with their digital SLR (Single Lens Reflex camera.)
The marketplace is awash with digital slr cameras touting fantastic resolution and tons of features but most 1st time buyers donâ€™t realize how complicated these cameras really are.
Invariably that camera kit is something like a Nikon D40x or Canon Rebel XTi with a 18 mm to 55 mm zoom lens and a 1GB or 2 GB memory card. Or worse, they get a camera Â with a 28 mm to 135 mm lens. Continue reading Buying your 1st digital SLR→