Browsing all posts in August, 2009.
A friend recently returned from a trip to Mexico with loads of photos from a scuba diving expedition. They weren’t taken with one of those ubiquitous waterproof disposable cameras, however, but instead with a digital point and shoot created just for those who like to bring their cameras along diving, hiking and on just about […]
Continuing our recommendations for budget lenses, today we talk about budget telephoto lenses. Most ‘good’ telephotos out there today are VERY expensive. And there’s a reason for that too – they’re sharper, faster, focus better, and are built to last. But of course one needs at least a temporary solution till the time you get […]
I was just going through the previous posts that Cass had made on BMP, and I came across her Inspiration Board posts. I actually have something similar.. Earlier, I used to cut out pictures from newspapers and magazines that I really liked for some reason (without thinking much what that reason was) and as I […]
Following up on our previous post on buying refurbished and particularly used equipment, here are some tips for you to make the right choice when buying used photographic gear. Michael Zhang over at PetaPixel has written two great posts which cover all major aspects that one needs to be aware of when purchasing second hand. […]