Friday, February 11, 2011

cemere

DSLR is becoming so popular nowadays. It's whether people own it because of they are really into photography, or some people bought it because they see many people buying it, or they just bought it so they can hang it around their neck and walk around Pavilion or BB macam rantai emas. konon trend. That's what I usually saw. poser! haha

haa..gantung macam ni la..hahaha

Well, DSLR stands for Digital Single-Lens Reflex camera. The camera use a mechanical mirror system and pentaprism to direct light from the lens to an optical viewfinder on the back of the camera (wikipedia). This type of camera is preferred by professional still photographers because with this camera, we control the shutter speed, aperture, metering focus and much more. Pendek kata, we are in control of what we want to capture ;)

DSLR

But hey, this is no cheap gadget we're playing with. The body itself can cost you at least RM1000. The lens? Can be from RM300 - RM40-50K! wallaweh. So, for those people who are really into this expensive hobby, these stuffs that just I told, and about to, you must always keep it in mind.

For those who are really into photography, tapi perbelanjaan agak terhad (which most of them are student (just like me (:p) ) ), if you already owned a DSLR, I suggest that you stick with the equipment you have and learn your skills. Learn how to shoot great photos with the equipment you have. Master your photography skills. I noticed that some people they use the expensive type of DSLR with the expensive type of lens but the photos they captured are as just same quality as the normal digital camera. Apakah itu?? Such a waste man, it's like you're throwing your money into the garbage. hehe. err no offense yawh! xD

skill itu penting! ;)

So again, to those DSLR freak (including me), know how to properly use your DSLR camera first before thinking of upgrading your equipment because we know this is no cheap hobby. This is the suggestion I usually heard, especially from professional photographers, true story. Well if you can afford it, why not and go on. It's a bonus to you. But for those who are on the other hand, why not brush up your photography skills with what you have first, then only consider of upgrading your stuffs. Who knows, your photos can brings you money ;)

till then ;)

3 comments:

Arief Arf said...

selagi ko tak tangkap gambar aku, selagi tu la ko takkan bergelar pro.
wahaahhaah

Ir.Ladybird said...

sangat tepattt! "..some people they use the expensive type of DSLR with the expensive type of lens but the photos they captured are as just same quality as the normal digital camera. Apakah itu??.."
baek gune camera henset jee...wahaha~

Amar Syafiq said...

haha true! skill itu lg penting dari equipments ;)

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