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70-410 on Wednesday, January 27, 2016 1:45 AM
Hi admin I read your article. I love photography. i have Nikon 70 cam and i have lens of 10 to 50 and 50 to 200 and i want to purchase next can you tell me whats next and whats price next lens. i also want to know about some photography. i want to blur pics and why my can focus background when i want to focus front and that cam did not give me that type of result which i want. i am waiting for your response thanks for sharing.
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Matt w CM Photo Guys on Friday, December 02, 2016 6:07 AM
Sorry for the late response my brother normally takes care of the website. I was browsing through the new layout and found your question. The D70 is a great camera to practice and learn on. I started with a Canon 20D myself and now have a Nikon D90 that I use for our event photography and photo booth. When you purchase a lens think about what you will be using it for. If you are a hobby photographer you can get away with more of a general stock zoom lens. I believe they are 35mm to 155mm or so. I had a 50mm on my Canon for the first 6 months I owned it and it allowed me to focus more on my craft. A single focus lens really makes you work to capture the image you want. Having to physically move in closer for a shot or back up far enough to get the subject in frame. The next lens I bought was for event photography so I bought a 28mm to 2oomm. Great lens for events and portraits alike. I wanted a lens I could just leave on the camera. Unless you have a second camera it's pretty challenging to switch lens on the fly while taking photos at a wedding or event. To answer your second question about creating blur. That's a Technique that you will need to practice. It doesn't really matter what lens you use to get this affect it's more about your camera settings. A longer exposure time will create this affect, but you can also create it by focusing your lens on the subject or on the background. You need to switch your lens into manual focus to do this other wise your auto focus will take over and you won't get the affect wanted. you can use your 50mm - 200mm to create the blur. Stand a good distance from your subject and zoom all the way to 200mm, granted you are far enough anway from your subject you can focus on them and the background will become blurred. The same is true if you use this technique and focus on the background, your subject will be blurred. I hope this helps. Matthew


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Hi admin, This is Ayesha Saleem. I want to ask a question to you that, I have a camera Canon D1200/ I bought it a few months ago. Well, I want to shot photos in panorama mode, Is it possible to get pictures in this mod with this technology?
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123movies on Friday, May 25, 2018 3:00 AM
I want to ask a query to you that, I have a digicam Canon D1200/ I purchased it a few months ago. Well, I wish to shot photographs in panorama mode, Is it viable to get photos in this mod with this science?
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Putlocker on Sunday, September 09, 2018 11:50 PM
I started with a Canon 20D myself and now have a Nikon D90 that I use for our event photography and photo booth. When you purchase a lens think about what you will be using it for. If you are a hobby photographer you can get away with more of a general stock zoom lens. I believe they are 35mm to 155mm or so.
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