2016 was a fantastic year, and now it's 2017. I'm also back from holidays and super excited for 2017.
Most people enjoy taking photos - it's a great way to store, share, and keep memories. Many begin having a desire to expand on their photography, including myself. As an enthusiast, I continue to learn as much as I can, but just like many, I had to start somewhere too. There's a lot of information out there, a lot of terminologies to learn and remember, but today, I'm going to take you on a crash course on some basic terms used in photography, and then understanding the different functions of a camera and how they work.
For those who are new to photography, I hope this tutorial helps you better understand what your camera is capable of. For those who are more familiar with cameras, I hope this will give you some insight into other capabilities of your camera that you may not have tried, or realised was there, yet.
Of course, this will not dwell into every function, just the main ones - most of the extra functions and features branch off from the main standard function either way. Also note that some of the terms used will be based more on Sony cameras, as I primary shoot with Sony.
Long await successors and features finally make it, but just after everyone's already purchased the predecessors? Ouch!
The long awaiting Canon 5D Mark IV was finally released last week - the upgrade from the Canon 5D Mark III that many users had been waiting for.
It's finally available to us and will be brought in upon first customer order. Please note that the initial order will take 2 weeks to arrive and you'll receive it shortly after.
Tablets are really useful for getting the work done whilst on the go; they're big enough to use, but small enough to be portable. Being feature rich, you can do so much on a tablet that it makes sense getting one.
Well, we now have access to Samsung Galaxy Tab A and Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 tablets (currently only the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7" Android Tablet are in stock at the moment with others on their way) so grab one for yourself today!
With Liberals keeping their government, their NBN approach has both people excited and frustrated. Why? Because we're finally getting NBN, but it's not at its full potential. What does this mean? As always, we're still behind, somewhat.
But among all this, do we really need NBN? Yes, for futureproofing and because it'll be beneficial. However, is NBN overrated? That's tough to say.
With the release of the Apple iPhone 7 this past weekend, stores and phone outlets everywhere would have been packed full of Apple users just waiting to get their hands on their shiny new smartphone.
We may not have the iPhone 7 available for sale, but we do have car cradles available.