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Reviews / Canon EOS 7D MK II Field Review of THE APS-C DSLR KING .
« on: September 15, 2014, 03:06:15 PM »



After a day spent shooting one of the toughest of traditional sports, (‘Calcio fiorentino’ dates back to the 16th century), Alessandro was delighted with how the EOS 7D Mark II stood up to the test, and complimented the camera on its ability to meet his exacting standards.

“I am obsessed with speed and quality,” he laughs. “There used to be a time in DSLRs where you could have one thing but not the other. But not any more. This EOS 7D Mark II is like a small EOS-1D X and it’s got all the performance with half the size, and all of the quality with none of the compromise. It is the king of the APS-C cameras, for sure. It is definitely a camera I would have in my camera bag. Canon engineers have done such a great job. They made a great camera with fantastic speed and it is really a revolution in this type of camera with 10 frames per second and a 20 Megapixel sensor. I think Canon has raised the game again; just when you think they can’t do any better, they go and do this. So, bravo to Canon!”

Lenses / Zeiss 135 mm F/ 2.0 VS. Canon EF 135 mm. F/ 2.0 L ?
« on: September 07, 2014, 10:38:14 AM »
Dear Teachers and Friends.
Yes, I already have Canon EF 135 mm F/ 2.0 L USM = $ 1100 US Dollars for more than 1 years, and Use only 2-4 times. Now From B&H =   Zeiss 135mm f/2 Apo Sonnar T* ZE Lens= $ 2072 US Dollars = make me have a G.A.S. Illness again.
Would you please tell me that This Zeiss Lens is 2 time better/ Sharper  that my Canon 135 L. ?, Or  Just tell me that I should take a Lens that I already have, Clean and use more often----Yes, Stupid Surapon, Ha, Ha, Ha.

Thanks you, Sir / Madam.
Have a great Sunday.

Photography Technique / New E-Book of Rangefinder.
« on: September 05, 2014, 07:49:35 AM »
Dear Friends.
Here is the New E- Magazine that you can enjoy

Have a Great Weekend

Technical Support / Flash- Second-Curtain Sync question, Sir/ Madam.
« on: August 23, 2014, 09:13:18 PM »
Dear Teachers and Friends.
Yes, Every time that I  do not have a complete understanding of Photography Technique, I must ask you, my dear teachers and my dear Friends---And I get all the answers that I need to improve my Photographic skill.
In my Life ( Photography Hobby) I just use / Set up The Second-Curtain Sync. Flash a few times, To Create  the Light Trail following the Car( for the back ground) in the night time , with my wife  at the main subject, When I use super slow  speed shutter, and the flash fire right before the shutter closes.
The Question is:
Sir/ Madam, Do you  use the Flash Second-Curtain Sync with any  type of  photography else?---Such as the Portrait Photography,  Candid Photography or Artistic Photography ?
Thanks you Sir/ Madam.
Have a good Saturday Night.

Sports / The first Olympic game/ Field , in this world 776 BC.
« on: August 21, 2014, 03:29:16 PM »
Dear Friends.
Here are the Photos of the Place where is  the First Olympic game in this World = 776 BC., at Olympia, Greece, Near the Sanctuary of Zeus. Yes,  in 2011, I  had a great 14 day of long vacation in Greece---All over the Places in Greece.

Technical Support / Another my Stupid question = Sensor Sizes
« on: August 19, 2014, 12:54:09 PM »
Dear Teachers and Friends.
Well, Yes, I can take a SoSo-or Good Photos, Because of I take the photos so long time. But for the High Tech of Digital Photography, I almost know nothing a bout this New Technology.
My Stupid Question are :
1)  Are the Size of the Sensor Matter ?---Or the MP. count are matter ?
Such As  the Tiny Sensor on Nokia Lumia 1020 = 41 MP, compare to Canon 1DX  FF = 18.1 MP, and Canon 5D MK II FF = 22.3 MP
2) If the Sensor are same Size and Same MP-----The  Camera company are matter or not that can claim , My Ca--- are Sharpper than your Ni--- ???
3) What Make the Same size of Sensor ( of this Company ) to be better than another Company Sensor ?
Thanks for your Answers, That will make me up to date of new Technology.
Have a great day, Sir/ Madam.

Reviews / The Reviews of Canon Camera Bodies and Lens
« on: August 19, 2014, 10:02:08 AM »
Dear Friends.
Well , most of us already know this Web site, But I just post for a few friends  who do not know this web site yet.

Business of Photography/Videography / How Much that Photographers get ?
« on: August 15, 2014, 04:40:11 PM »
Wow, I am very glad that I am not the real Photographer.

Just my love Hobby = Photography Lover = Fine with me.
" Pay
The median hourly wage for photographers was $13.70 in May 2012. "


Photography Technique / CPN, Eu.
« on: August 11, 2014, 03:04:51 PM »


PS. Sorry,  New Canon Software (Digital Photo Professional 4.0 ) for 1Dx and 5D MK III only---Must have the Serial number for download.

Landscape / The Antelope Navajo Under ground cave, ARIZONA, usa.
« on: August 03, 2014, 03:31:27 PM »
Yes, From the city of Page, We drove 7 miles to The Antelope Navajo Under ground cave. We pay 20 US Dollars per person + 8 Us Dollars for Check in , If any one have the big tripods ( Ha, Ha, Ha=They call the Professional Photographers) , We must pay another $ 16 US Dollars, But It worth for 2 hours = Tour/ Walk to see the most beautiful under ground / Colorful Stone cave. Yes, Here just sample of the photos-.----THANKS.
PS. These photos  by Canon , Tiny Point and shoot Camera EOS-M with Tiny Lens 18-55 mm + CIR. PL. FILTER,

« on: July 21, 2014, 11:23:19 AM »
Yes, Dear friends.
This photo is the most famous view of " The Forest Gump View ( in Forest Gump movie)" , View of the Monument Valley, at Mile marker 16 on US HWY 163----I have to copy this  great views from the movie, Sorry, I have no choice.

Dear friends.
Yes, One in life time to walk on the bare stone mountain which have slope 30-45 degree, for 1:30 hour from the parking to the beautiful arch = worth time  in my life. Yes AT THE ARCHES NATIONAL PARK, UTAH.
Our dear friend Mr. Yorgasor said that :

 " Oh, and it's an absolutely lousy idea to go hiking at night in unfamiliar territory.  You may think your eyes adjust and you can see everything just fine, but your depth perception is extremely limited.  The trail to delicate arch is very difficult to follow over rocky ground, and I ended up getting to the arch the wrong way.  It was so wrong, I almost didn't make it back.  The area around that arch is very treacherous at night.  I couldn't go back the way I came (the clouds covered the moon and I had even less light) making it very difficult to judge how steep things were and if I could really cross in a place or if I'd just slide down that deep bowl.

I was consigned to sleeping in a crevice in 30 degree to protect me from the harsh winds before I decided to look one more time for the real trail back and found it.

And whatever you do, don't try to take a picture of the arch from this southern side.  Actually, this angle from either side is a horrible idea, especially at night."

Ha, Ha, Ha---- For me , the first 30 minutes with  full pack of cameras gear on my back = the Lousy Idea for me, and I almost stop this trip , quit and go back to the car.

« on: July 15, 2014, 02:23:01 PM »

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