5 responses

  1. coach-z
    March 5, 2012

    Speaking as a wannabee photographer, I personally dont see the need for a all the extra stops you get with the 5DIII, for your purposes…

    What you need is artificial light. I use a Canon 1000D, the most low budget camera Canon has to offer. What I lack in f.eks. ISO and shutterspeed, I make up for with flashes, umbrellas and so on.

    Who cares how many Mpixels the camera has, for your purposes that is totally irrelevant…

    This photo:
    link to a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net

    Was taken with the Canon 1000D and 5 china flashes and a cheapo background…

    Control light and you control the photo ;-)…

    just my two cents…


  2. Anonymous
    March 5, 2012

    I love your blog and read it daily.
    I wanted to ask you if you can direct me to a page of instructions for the course creator on Garmin connect. I need to learn how to use the pointing device to even begin. scroll down, move right and so forth. I tried today but it is a very frustrating experience, and I don’t seem to find a
    help link on the page.
    Thanks so much,


  3. 4iiii
    March 5, 2012

    Glad you were able to take along the Sportiiiis on your route! Looks like a good one, we’ll have to try it sometime.


  4. Senior Homer
    March 5, 2012

    I totally agree that the Lytro camera looks pretty awesome. In fact, I was so excited that I ordered one last November…and I’m still waiting for it today. I’ve been told that it will ship Apr – May, 2012. So, unless you’ve got the ear of the photography world as well (put in a good work for me please, I want my camera!), better place an order soon if you want it for xmas.


  5. andre
    March 7, 2012

    It’s all in the lenses Ray… spend you’re money on them and keep your 7D.
    Regarding upgrades on cameras, if they’d give you all at once, they wouldn’t be able to launch new kit every year!


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