Today we posted one of our first in-depth articles on the topic of exposure. Be sure to check it out here! If you want to learn more on the topic of exposure, there is one book you should definitely check out as well. The book is ‘Understanding exposure’, by Bryan Peterson. Exactly today is the first day the fourth edition is for sale. We will quickly introduce you to the book, and then see what’s new in this revised edition.
So, you recently bought a DSLR in order to improve your photographic skills. Congratulations! It might be that you are still wondering how to achieve these typical portraits with blurred backgrounds. It could be that you are looking for new ways to master photography, to get creative. In this blog we present you the Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM, also known as the nifty fifty, and four reasons why we think you should buy it.
In 2012 Sony rocked the photography world with the RX100. A very compact camera with serious capabilities, because of its 1″ sensor. Canon followed in 2014 with its G7X camera, built around the same principle. In the meantime Sony improved its RX100 with the subsequent mark II, III and IV versions.
A couple of weeks ago Canon presented the G7X mark II at CP+, but also Nikon entered the scene with a competitor in the form of the DL24-85. Both of these will be available later this year.
In this article we will find out which is the best large sensor compact camera. Next to the more basic stuff, we will also try to find some less obvious differences.