So I have been adding some more pictures to my flickr account this is one I did awhile ago of my Grandfather in HDR form. Flickr is a online photo stream were you can finds lot of other photographers. Hdr stands for High dynamic range meaning grater tones which gives a picture a surreal feeling.
I found a picture of this lens which is specifically made for DSLRs that do video,this lens made by Panavision is a fixed prime and as it is seen here it is attached to the 5 D Mark II Vincent Laforet is becoming recognized as a photographer that is pushing the video capabilities of his camera. Another photographer using this technology is Shane Hurlburt.
Tilt shift lens are a style of lens that mimic the large format bellows capabilities. Mainly used for architecture these lens can tilt and sway, by doing this you can control what is in focus more.if you would like to see other videos like this go to youtube or digital camera reviews,also if you want to find were to buy a lens like this, you can find them at B&H photo. Here is another link just for tilt shift photography.
Before you get to excited this is an article I read on canon rumors. That being said, canon is coming out with yet another camera but not in time for Christmas the release of the EOS 1DS Mark 4 will more than likely be in the spring. So what’s the difference between the 1D and the 1DS well a lot the 1DS will have 32 mega pixel be video cable and have a high iso range, full frame and shoot 5 frames per second where as the 1d is 16 mp shoots an amazing 10 fps and is not full frame. Either way both camera are amazing and I look forward to seeing pictures of the actual camera.
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U.S.S. Atka making its way through the frozen sea. You can find this picture along with others at National Geographic pic of the day I recommend checking it out there is a lot of interesting photography there.