Nisarg Pandya

answered on February 5, 2018

You will need following things

  1. A DSLR camera with a 200mm+ telephoto lens or a point and shoot camera that has an optical zoom capability.
  2. A stable trip
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Deepanshu Paul Xalxo

answered on October 12, 2018

The only thing you need to do so is a DSLR.

It also depends on  DSLR as to which type of AF technology  it uses or what are the diffrent types of focus

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Pixean

answered on December 10, 2018
EXIF is short for Exchangeable Image File, a format that is a standard for storing interchange information in digital photography image files using JP...View More
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Akshay Wayse

answered on November 22, 2018

In the wedding photography you can mostly click candid photos, because the expression we want to capture comes unexpectedly. Portrait photos are the b

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Deepanshu Paul Xalxo

answered on October 12, 2018

Its the Aperture that is denoted by f and it is also known as f stop.

The diffrence between both  is that f/1.4 lets you get more light to your image.

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Amit Kumar Srivastava

answered on March 19, 2018

Any telephoto lens with focal length 200mm and above would be good. This is generic and affordable for most of amateur photographers. 

If you are willi

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asked on November 9, 2017

Hi All, I'd like to justify purchasing a fairly expensive prime lens. I want to take my 6D to the camera shop and try out 3 lenses to see if there is ...View More
Amit Kumar Srivastava

answered on November 9, 2017

First question is that how do you understand if a lens is of high quality and will produce quality DOF (better DOF).

I'd like to explain DOF as not dep

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asked on November 9, 2017

I am totally not into photo/video however when i decided to buy DSLR or Mirrorless camera around $1500 (body) i got across few which i have chosen EOS...View More
Amit Kumar Srivastava

answered on November 9, 2017
Primary reason for DSLRs not producing high quality video is that they are primarily built for photography. If you check Nikon D750 DSLR, which is ful...View More
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asked on December 20, 2017

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What would you guys say is the best or a good camera that balances both Video and stills? I would say something around 1400usd. The reason I'm ask...View More
Amit Kumar Srivastava

answered on January 6, 2018

You can try with Nikon D750. It's really good camera for both photo and video. In canon, it would be 5D Mark III or Mark IV would be good.

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SS
answered on May 30, 2018
Manual Mode is mode Which totally we have to control. All settings we have to set
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Prasanna

answered on October 4, 2018

If it is your first DSLR, then no.If you have a lens kit already there is no need for that. If the price between a body, and body + kit lens is neglig

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Abhijeet Shinde

answered on January 2, 2018

Without flash

High ISO 1600 and above

F 3.5 or less

S approx 15

With flash (Diffuser options)

ISO 1200 approx 

F 4

S approx 30 

 

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Tejas Shirgaonkar

answered on February 7, 2018
Canon 50mm 1.8
Canon 85mm 1.8
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Amit Kumar Srivastava

answered on January 6, 2018

It totally depends on what you are shooting. For landscapes, usually f/8-f/11, ISO 100 and shutter 1/250 or higher during day time. Similarly for port

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Nisarg Pandya

answered on February 5, 2018

Types of equipment that are needed to shoot long exposures

A tripod – this is a good piece of equipment to have in most instance, but is a critical pie

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