Sunday, October 01, 2006

Lessons 4 & 5

Lesson 4,
Summary of Reviews on Canon Digital Rebel XT (EOS 350D):
















The predecessor Digital Rebel (EOS 300D) was the first DSLR camera under $1000 for the consumer market. Digital Rebel XT (EOS 350D) is an upgrade of that model. The physical size of the camera is very small. It is one of the smallest DSLR cameras around. It weighs only 485 grams. Technical improvements have also taken place. This camera has a fast processor matching the more expensive professional models. It has a 8.0 megapixel sensor. The startup time is extremely quick, it takes only 0.2 seconds from off to on. The Canon can take 3 frames per second. It takes great pictures which are almost as good as ones taken with a lot more expensive cameras of the Canon family. All the reviews like the camera and recommend buying it. I’m glad I did.



Lesson 5,
Taking pictures wrong:



Subject blurred


Motion blurred


Correct Depth of Field


Incorrect Depth of Field


Incorrect white balance (too cold)


Warm White Balance


Under exposed


Over Exposed


There's nothing wrong with these pictures, I put them out just because they are "hot" pictures from the Nanooks Starvation Gulch Bonfire:)



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