The only advantage of the 450d is the live view, but i had so much more fun with the 5d,, when i had both. But its a couple hundred more, for just the camera body, and when you add in the lens, it starts to be a good bit more expensive
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welding glass as a 13 stop nd filter.What 'shade'? As in what shade to ask for at a welding supply shop, those guys don't speak in stops. Arc welding glass is available in a range from 6 through 13 (maybe more), the 'shade' is selected according to the amperage used while welding.
Oxy/acetylene glass is typically shade 3 or 5, 3 being similar to sunglasses, 5 similar to pretty dark sunglasses.
I wish I had a nice 'L' lens, what's best for outdoor (sorta wide angle) for a Canon 60D ?
I'll need to save about 500 more $$ to get this one:
Having a mentor that can share experiences is the one of the best way to learn other than learning directly from experience. It's just the same when you go to school. You might have been taught the same subject and same amount of theories as that with other students but it doesn't mean that what you learn is on par with what others learn. It always depends on the person on how fast can he assimilate the knowledge and put them to use in the real world. That said, you'd still be better off learning from a guru. Of course any avenues of learning is always welcome.
One more thing, please learn more on the art of real photography. Sometimes, we tend to be pixel-peepers/tech-heads. There's nothing wrong with that except that if we do that, we are forgetting the real essence of why we are taking pictures.