Wide angle lenses for cropped sensor (Nikon DX, Canon EF-S) DSLRs

  22.03.2016   Gyuri   Easy reading, Lenses, Tests   No comments

Which wide angle lens should I get?Well, probably not this beautiful Nikon 6mm fisheye lens. Apart from being quite bulky, it's astronomically expensive. But first things first: What are wide

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ND filters (part 2)

  26.03.2015   Gyuri   Advanced, Filters, Gear, Tests, Video   No comments

ND Filters (Part 2)In the first part of this article I discussed the use of Neutral Density filters as a tool that enables photographers to create images with long shutters

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ISO and Noise ISO (often called 'sensitivity') is very different from every other variable in photography. The best way to think about it is that it is merely a technical