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Nikon D3200


My old Canon PowerShot S3 has been faithfully serving about +11000 pictures for me, but the last year I noticed more and more noise on my pictures. Probably a sign that the CCD chip was wearing out. I really enjoyed the 12x optical Zeiss lens, but the 6 megapixel was really in need for an upgrade.

So I decided to look to the other side, and shop for a Nikon camera. Enter the D3200. I'm by no means a professional photographer, but I allways wanted to try out a DSLR camera. The thing came with a modest 18-55mm lens, which felt a bit shortcoming after my 6-72mm lens on the Canon. A new 55-300mm tele fixes that nicely, but boy, portability seems not an issue with those kind of cameras. Feels like I'm walking around with a mini bazooka or what !

Geek guide to photography


All right, so you got your Canon Rebel but are confused about all these terms about focal length, aperture and white balance ? Fear not, cause here's Bernie's geek guide to photography, to transform you into the better paparazzo.
And while we're at it, here's some tips to make better pictures with (let's admit it) your crappy mobile phone camera.

2007 Atlanta Photojournalism Seminar Contest Winners images


The pictures from the 2007 Atlanta Photojournalism Seminar Contest winners give a startling overview from the last year headlines.

Adding Randomness to Your Photos


One of the wonderful things about digital photography is the creativity that you can engage in once you’ve got your image on your computer and in photoshop. All kinds of effects can be achieved to make your shots look any number of ways. Here are twelve in-camera hacks to experiment with to get more abstract and artistic shots

Canon Powershot S3


My old camera, a Canon Powershot A10, is now more than 5 years old. Time for an update. This 1.3 megapixel camera served pretty well, so I decided to look for a new Canon camera (never change a winning team). I first thought about getting me the Powershot A710, but after some reviews, I decided I wanted a camera with some more zooming power. Enter the Powershot S3, a 12x zoom camera with 6 megapixels. Some nice features are color enhancements; have a look at this example.
Boy, I though there would be a threshold about the number of pixels cameras would support, but the race isn't finished yet : I see cameras featuring 10 megapixels. How on earth do they keep the noise out of these ?


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