What free or fee-based photo editing software would you recommend for an amateur photography on a very, very tight budget (and is a Mac user). Images to be edited would primarily be landscape and pet candids. Also you have suggestions for online portfolios with the same criteria? Thanks!
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I'm at a point in my photography where I want to sell photos. Which is best to use an on line company like Fine Art America where they handle everything,, or others that I may not know,,, or printer and do your own? or other options????
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I am looking to update my gear. I currently have a Canon Xti which has been a workhorse, but I am thinking that I need to move up. I prefer to stay i Canon lineup since I already have lenses. I shoot flowers, birds, landscape, and grandchildren in motion. Suggestions?
Lyn, Too many of my photos lack critical focus. This is my biggest challenge right now. I rely on autofocus because my eyesight is not the best. Please discuss all the elements that go into achieving critical focus (photographer, camera settings, camera, lens, etc.), what can go wrong with each element, and tips for achieving critical focus. I shoot with Canon T5i and T4i, Canon EFS 18-135 (3.5-5.6) IS STM, and Canon 75-300 (4-5.6) IS. As I'm writing this email I'm figuring out what some of my problems are. I learned that some of what I initially interpret as out of focus comes from a too slow shutter speed and camera shake or moving subject (example attached 6636). I also learned that some of my intentional focus points were not where I expected them to be (example attached 7121). I'm hoping to be able to improve this with the gear that I have, but would also appreciate your touching on higher quality glass as well. Thanks, Nancy
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I was at the Calvert Club last Saturday and heard you speak. This was my first time attending and had a great time. I'm interested in purchasing a digital camera, never had one. I just saw on your wed site your recommendations. I was in Costco yesterday and happened to see a D3300 DSLR bundle. You recommend the D5200. Can you tell me the difference? And what I should buy for my first one. Doesn't have to be a Nikon, don't know the difference anyway.
I'm new at taking pictures always wanted to do it. So now I'm jumping in. Just not wanting to break the bank.
My budget is under $1,000
Thank you for your time.