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  • Richard Hawley @ Somerset House, 14 July 2013 — John Williams Photography
    songs that I was there for Quite the showman Manic Street Preachers Empire 24 Sept 2013 Your first DSLR the advice that everyone asks me for I m a freelance photographer based in London My bread and butter is live music photography but I also do comedy event photography venue shoots weddings and portraits I shoot for an agency called Retna and I m the house photographer at The Forum

    Original URL path: http://johnwilliamsphotography.co.uk/blog/2013/7/26/richard-hawley-somerset-house-14-july-2013 (2016-02-16)
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  • Your first DSLR - the advice that everyone asks me for — John Williams Photography
    to learn a bit about photography how to learn the manual controls then definitely get a DSLR Here s the key bit Once you learn anything about photography you ll soon realise that the standard kit lenses that come with beginner DSLRs are pretty average Expensive cameras will give you better image quality but not if you have a rubbish lens on it The lens is the key piece of kit you need to create better images My advice is simple Get a Canon or a Nikon DSLR There are others like Sony but for the pros there are only two main players Decide on your budget Buy a 50mm f1 8 first party lens i e made by the same manufacturer as your camera It s one set focal length so you have to zoom with your feet i e you have to walk closer to zoom in and walk away to zoom out This is known as a prime lens Prime lenses are much better quality The 50mm f1 8 is incredibly cheap in comparison to similar quality zoom lenses About 100 You will notice an immediate difference Spend the rest of your budget on the best DSLR body that you can get You might be able to get a cheap deal on a camera bundled with lenses but as soon as you learn anything about lenses you ll want the 50mm And once you get used to that quality of image you ll ditch the ones that came with your bundle They ll sit in a drawer somewhere as they re not really worth selling Then if you want greater focal ranges you ll buy another zoom lens that s decent quality You ll then have 3 4 lenses only 2 of which you use It s

    Original URL path: http://johnwilliamsphotography.co.uk/blog/2013/7/20/your-first-dlsr-the-advice-that-everyone-asks-me-for (2016-02-16)
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