Napioa - Wind Origins

Napioa - Wind Origins
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I have the opportunity to buy either a Canon 700D for about 470€ or the Canon 70D for 830€ (both are just the cameras, no lenses included). This would be my first DSLR. There's a gap of 360€ which I could spent on lenses. 800€ is actually my limit but since 30€ is not THAT much of a difference I'd do an exception. But not more than that. Since I'm a ...


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For your intended purpose there isn't a lot of difference between using a 700D or a 70D (The 80D, on the other hand, provides significant improvement in low light performance and dynamic range which is vital to most landscape photography). The 70D has very slightly better sensor performance, but the difference is well less than 1/3 stop in terms of dynamic ...


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It's a question of why you thought the subject exciting and what you think is lost when converting your view from eyeball to photo. If you drew the scene by hand on a piece of paper would it be greatly improved or only something suitable for your mom's fridge. If it's the former then you have a natural (or learned) talent for drawing. If it's the latter you ...


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Square/rectangular is better. Round is generally cheaper. The biggest advantage of square/rectangular filters is with graduated ND filters. They are usually rectangular and can be slid up or down on the holder to move the line between the darker and lighter sides of the frame. This allows more compositional freedom. With a screw-on graduated Neutral Density ...


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Landscapes may benefit from the use of neutral density and circular polarising filters. Neutral density filters are used to equally modify the different wavelengths of light. The purpose of these filters is to help the photographer to extend the exposure time. A common use is to freeze a waterfall... The shutter speed may be fast enough to render the ...


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The square filters are generally of better quality, and have tons of variety, and are more versatile. But since it seems you're just starting out with them, perhaps some easier to use and cheap screw-on filters would be good to start out with. Sets of NDs and even ND graduated filters can be had inexpensively, and produce some darn good results. And are ...


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This picture is a composition of slices of many photos taken from different heights, likely from a drone. The key to understanding it is to examine the camera's perspective or point of view from different horizontal slices of the composited image. For approximately the bottom quarter of the image, the camera is below the roof lines of the buildings at the ...



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