Good day fellow members, I only recently "discovered" this brilliant magazine. I stay in a small far off town, about 270km from East London and 350 km from Bloemfontein, thus is it virtually impossible to get a copy of this magazine when it is on…Continue
I will be putting together an ebook for sale on Amazon. I already have ebooks on sale and an effective marketing strategy in place. The book will inspire its readers with the fantastic array of photos and will also be a handbook with tips and…Continue
I am the first to admit my interaction here is intermittent, however I have noticed that there appears to be far less activity on the site than there was say a year or two ago. Is it just me or are our numbers declining, and if so why? This is still…Continue
Hi AllI am selling the following (all together) for R6500:Canon 550DBattery GripExtra Battery for Grip16GB card32GB cardShutter remote18-55 EF-S LensHood Ew-60CLens CapsUV FilterKata BackpackCharger, Cables and manuals includedEye-piece…Continue
Started by Justin Heilbron in Untitled Category Mar 17.
Hi everyoneI need some advice. I have an entry level sony camera and am looking to upgrade to something better. I mostly do wildlife and landscape photography. My budget is about R30 000Any advice would be greatly appreciated :-)Continue
This is meant for the older photographers so if you are under the age of 30 you can ignore this.
Lately I have seen many people holding their cell phones at about an arm’s length in front of their faces. I initially thought they were making long-distance phone calls until I saw a bright flash. When I warned them that there was something wrong with their phone they explained that they were taking pictures!
One nice young lady showed me that my phone was a camera too and that it could flash and zoom! This was very exciting and I thought I could get rid of all the expensive and heavy camera gear and cure my aching back. Turns out I was wrong. It just feels totally wrong to hold a camera far away from the eyes and the phone does not have any…Continue