In this article I will try, once more, to summarize this thread while also introducing to it some of my personal knowledge since I’m quite a landscape photography lover.
N.B.: I have changed the title from sunset to landscape since most probably the original poster meant “shooting landscape at sunset”
One of the hottest subject currently on DPreview, and probably other photography forums. Whether you already own a Canon DSLR and you want a new one, or you are just about to make the plunge, or even if you just bought the new 30D a few weeks ago you are surely wondering about the all new Canon EOS 400D that was recently announced
After extensive reading of my posts, I am trying to summarize for you the advantages and disadvantages of each of the xxD models and the famous 400D.
Two days ago and after the announcement of the new 70-200 L f/4 IS I was confused and was wondering which of the 4 Canon lenses should I buy.
My question raised a great and very informative thread of DPReview and I think it is a great read for anyone thinking of buying any of the Canon EF 70-200 L lenses.
I have been trying to save money for a long time to buy myself this dream lense but now, after the recent announcement at photokina 2006 of the new 70-200 L f/4 IS I’m even more confused…
Even if you are new to photography, I am sure you have already heard words like, exposure, depth of field, aperture, shutter speed, ISO speed or even light meter.
The purpose of this article is to give you an insight about how all of these work combined together.
First of all if you are serious about photography, you should start by forgetting any automatic mode of your camera and stick to the mode on which we have some or full control. On my camera (Canon EOS) they are noted by P Tv Av and M.