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OMG! These shots are (again) so out of this world. I’m shopping for a DSLR now. Any tips on lens or anything else, I would so be grateful. Currently, I’m looking at a Cannon T3i.
I don’t have a DSLR. I have a very old camera (purchased in 2000 or 2001). It’s basically a point and shoot camera. It has a nice lens, but not interchangeable. Here’s the best info I could find on it.
Made me laugh reading the manufacturers info. It’s so old now — what I’ve learned is it’s all how you take the photos, not necessarily the camera (obviously there are some fabulous lenses out there which I drool over too!!!) but overall here’s some general suggestions:
switching to manual is always better,
natural light whenever possible
using picnik to edit your photos
You should enter that first photo over at iheartfaces this week!