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Last Updated 1/16/07 

Photography FAQ

Q: What Kind of camera do you use?
A:
Most of the photos taken using film were made using a Canon EOS A2e. Currently, I am using a digital body (The Canon EOS 1Ds MkII).

Q: Can you recommend a camera for me to buy?
A:
This is a tough question to answer without knowing more about what you are after, what your budget is, etc... If I wanted an entry level digital SLR, I would go with stick with the Canon or Nikon line. More importantly for their system than the cameras themselves.

Q: Do you Photoshop your images?
A:
With most photos, not much is done but standard edits such as adjusting contrast, brightness levels, removing dust, etc... With some recent photos I've started experimenting with HDR.

Q: What lenses should I buy for my camera?
A:
This depends a lot on your style of shooting. For myself, I like the wide angle effect so ~70% of my photos are taken with the a 16-35mm zoom lens. Other photographers may find they use a telephoto zoom more. The best advice I can give here would be to spend some time shooting to get an idea of what your style is before spending a lot on lenses.




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