Canon Photography Quotes

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I am not a photographer , I am a canon owner !!!
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Walaa WalkademAgmal
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!! ุงู„ุฌู…ูŠู„ุงุช ู‡ู† ุงู„ู…ุตูˆุฑุงุช ุŒ ุชุทูˆู‚ ุงู„ู€ " ูƒุงู†ูˆู† " ุฃุนู†ุงู‚ู‡ู†
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Walaa WalkademAgmal (ุจุฏุงูŠุงุช ุชู‡ูŠูŠุณุงุช ู…ุณุงุฆูŠุฉ)
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The less gear you use, the more you grow as a photographer. Although there are fewer options available, you'll find more creative ways to capture what you feel! In a way, all your technical options before turn into creative solutions that improve your photography even more.
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Marius Vieth
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It is typically used for the AF-OFF function, to temporarily stop autofocusing operation when working in AI Servo AF Mode.
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Douglas Klostermann (Canon 5DS / 5DS R Experience - The Still Photography Guide to Operation and Image Creation with the Canon EOS 5DS and 5DS R)
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Whether you have an Iphone, Android, Canon, Nikon, or Panasonic, it won't matter if you don't have it on you. My point is, bring your camera with you. At the very least have your phone. The quality of most phone cameras has improved drastically and will be better than nothing.
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Eric Dahlin (70 Photography Lessons)
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What's required of me in the field is to feel,' Stirton says with emphasis. 'And trying to take that feeling and put it in a form that communicates a particular set of emotions or circumstances - whether that involves depicting masculine pride, or a particular kind of suffering, or love, or closeness - my primary job is to feel and to try to put that feeling into some kind of visual form. My goal is to get to the heart of each story, you know? Iโ€™m trying to evolve in my work.
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Antonella Gambotto-Burke (Mouth)
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Land was not surprised by digital photography. Heโ€™d argued for that loonshot in front of the president of the United States. He did so before anyone else was even in the game. In a 1988 ceremony honoring Land, the director of the CIA, William Webster, declared, โ€œThe contributions Dr. Land has made to national security are innumerable, and the influence he has had on our present intelligence capabilities is unequaled.โ€ So what happened with Polaroid? Why didnโ€™t Land jump on digital for his own company, exploit the head start from his national intelligence connections, and use those advantages to beat Sony, Canon, and Nikon to the punch? FALLING IN LOVE Moses Trap: When ideas advance only at the pleasure of a holy leader, who acts for love of loonshots rather than strength of strategy
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Safi Bahcall (Loonshots: How to Nurture the Crazy Ideas That Win Wars, Cure Diseases, and Transform Industries)
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WATCH THAT QCD POSITION! While I was writing this book, I hosted a lighting seminar for neophyte photographers using cameras of all breeds, and out of 30 photographers in two sessions, no fewer than four Canon shooters were having trouble setting the aperture when using the Manual exposure mode I was having them use while working with studio flash units. (Each of them rarely used Manual.) All four had accidentally set the QCD switch to Lock (if they were 7D owners) or to the On (only) position (if they were 50D or 40D users), disabling the Quick Control Dial. I expect that this happens more frequently than I suspected, so Iโ€™m calling it to your attention once more in these two sidebars.
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David D. Busch (David Busch's Canon EOS 7D Guide to Digital Photography, 1st ed (David Busch's Digital Photography Guides))