So here’s another question….
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How much does good photography depend on good equipment? Is it possible to be a good photographer without all the fancy gizmos?? Where does good photography begin?
Last update: Review & Sample Photos @ PhotographyBlog (26 November’07)
The Olympus FE-300 is a 12-megapixel point-and-shoot digital camera (announced 23 August’07) features 3x Optical Zoom (35 – 105mm equivalent in 35mm photography), TruePic III Image Processor, ISO 50-6400 (equivalent), and a 2.5 LCD Screen.
Here’s something else I was asked….
Is manipulating a photo in Photoshop somehow cheating??
Does it really matter? or is what matters the final image – no matter HOW it got to that point?
Hey, here’s a question for you…
What is the difference between a snapshot and a photograph? What are the things that set them apart? What are the defining elements? And can an image be both?
I have some ideas, but some things are still a bit fuzzy. I’d love to hear what you think.
Last updated: Review by GoodGearGuide (05 December’07)
The Olympus E-410 (released on 5 March’07) is the upgraded version of the Olympus E-400 Digital SLR features 10 Megapixel Live MOS sensor, TruePic III processor, Supersonic Wave Filter for dust protection, Dual memory card slots, 3fps with up to seven images in RAW buffer, ISO 100-1600 and a 2.5”/6.4cm HyperCrystal LCD.
Learn how you can create HDR images in Photoshop..
Last update: Review & Sample Photos @ CEN (01 December’07)
The Samsung Digimax L77 (announced 08 Feb’07) is a 7.2 megapixels point-and-shoot digital camera features 7x optical zoom (35mm film equivalent: 38 ~ 266mm), EIS (Electric Image Stabilizer), ISO setting 50-1600, 640×480 MPEG-4 movies w/audio and movie stabilization, and a 2.5-inch color LCD screen with 230K pixels.