Blog posts tagged 'review'

Best way to remove dust from your DSLR sensor

Even though there are numerous advantages that digital cameras have over film, there are a few key disadvantages. One clear inconvenience with DSLRs is sensor dust. The image sensor in a DSLR is static—it isn’t constantly refreshed like film would be in a traditional camera—and overtime specs of dust are bound to find it and attempt to ruin your images. Chances are, there’s at least one speck of dust on your sensor right now. Of course, depending on your...

MOO MiniCards review (and image preparation tips)

A while back, a colleague at work gave me one of his new MOO MiniCards advertising his online photography portfolio. It was about half the size of a normal business card, which was already cute and unique, but more so was when he fanned out a few and flipped them over to show that each one had a different photo printed on the back! I spent some time looking through them and chose one I liked to...

Full Frame

After a waiting a few years for Nikon to release an update to the D300s I’d been using, I finally made the jump to full frame when the D600 was announced. Here's why I made the decision and why I think I'm better off with this camera than the one I thought I wanted. First, why upgrade cameras at all? I bought the D300s when it was first announced in mid-2009. Its predecessor, the D300, was highly...