« on: October 08, 2014, 04:15:18 PM »
Either go all the way and give wildlife photographers something they can crop (1DX2), or keep it cheaper with a 6D2. Buildings and landscape don't need 65 point AF.
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For ETTL, I prefer a Canon flash. For manual, I prefer Yongnuo.
Canon spent millions perfecting the system, I paid for the convenience. Why use manual if I can use ETTL and not waste time?
will toss in my 2c -
went through an exhaustive study of which gear to acquire for hobbyist lighting for the last month or so, and ended up with 4 options:
1. follow strobist guide with a pair of lp180's + PW's and various shoe-mount speed rings, etc.
2. get a pair of 600-ex-rt's with trigger and various shoe-mount speed-rings (i.e. chimera ob2 kit or profoto 3' octa)
3. go straight to big lights with paul buff einsteins and that accessory system (including battery option)
4. go with bowens gemini 500's and their mod system (including battery option)
what lightroom export settings should be used to send a jpeg file to yorkphoto for a 20x30 enlargement? I did a search and got so many diff answers , is resizing critical or should I not do that?
I have one of these:
I think that was the point right from the first post in this thread. I don't think anybody uses it to post to Facebook.
I use it for posting to Facebook all the time when I'm traveling. In-body Wi-Fi means I don't have to carry any extra gear with me besides my phone and my camera. No attachment could ever provide that same ease of use.
- Room for 6D, 2 small/medium lenses, 1 telephoto, 1 speedlight optional.
- Some form of weather resistance
Amazon.com Wifi SD Cards $40-50, Yongnuo Wireless flash Transceivers (a pair) $35. Love my yongnuo triggers. Buying Wifi Card. I own a 6D and the internal Wifi isn't all that great. In a Magnesium body? Probably worse.