All experts were once beginners
Nikon D3100 18 55 kit lens Nikon 35 mm Nikon 70 300mm optex tripod
I'd steer clear of taking photos when you are drunk Sandy. You're likely to end up with a shot where nothing is in focus.
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gear: 7D, 400D, 17-55mm IS, 100mm Macro L IS, 70-300mm DO IS, EF 12II and EF 25II Extension Tubes, 580 EX II Speedlite, Printers - Pro9500 Mk II, MX396
Tokina 11-16 f2.8, Tamron 18-270, Vanguard AltaPro 263AT Tripod with GH-100 Pistol Grip Ball Head, Benro C-058 Tripod and J-1 Ballhead, Velbon Ultrastick 50LX Monopod
LR5, PS CC
I have a Pentax and I'm not afraid to use it.
Sigma 10-20 | Tamron 17-50 F:2.8 | Sigma 50 F:1.4 | Sigma 70-200 F:2.8 Plus a bunch of Ye Olde lenses
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I tried taking photos at the local horse races the other week only thing I can say is thank god for auto focus.
How ever it was grate fun.
and a hip flask in 45 mins is not a good idea either.
Canon 1000D Canon EFS 18-55,Canon EFS 55-200.
Foto Bestway Carbon Fiber Tripod KJ2 Ball head.
58mm Circular Polarize.Canon Cable Release,Borrowed :Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM and a 580EX Speedlight.
"Nature does all the work I try to capture it."
LoL I should have put in a better description my partner the clown that he is picked up a couple empty stubby s and put them up to his eyes I picked up my camera and snap this was just a fun shot I know its out of focus the joke to me is that him looking through the beer bottles is prob what its like looking though an unfocused close up lens filter + 10 the men in the shop when I brought my + 4 told me that + 10 is sort of like looking though the old style glass coke bottles so coke beer bottles would have the same effect as we had a few and snapping up the crazy stuff just for fun when I looked at it I seen beer bottles so drunk macro to me it would be he is so impatient even waiting for auto is not going to happen if it don't happen in 2 seconds flat its not going to happen its not about trying to get good photos I do want to get myself a good compact a little later for times like these that is just set on auto all of the time
It IS about getting good photos though, at least to an aspiring photographer
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yes it is Kiwi but for a beginner happy snaps are just as much fun you don't keep them they just go in the bin I am going to try and get a camera for these types of fun photos but for now well it is the way it is
Put your dslr on full auto and hey presto, point & shoot
And for those of us who don't have the "green box" option?