Mi Camarita

Mi Camarita

10.1 megapixel Canon CMOS image sensor with improved cell layout and microlens array
* New EOS Integrated Cleaning System including Self Cleaning Sensor Unit and "Dust Delete Data" detection
* Large and bright 2.5 inch, 230,000 pixel LCD screen with wide (160 degree) viewing angle
* New, enhanced interface for camera settings with greatly extended display information
* Expanded Info screen with RGB histogram and memory card remaining capacity
* Continuous shooting at 3 frames per second, buffer depth of 27 JPEG Large/Fine or 10 RAW frames
* New folder management with manual folder creation and up to 9,999 images per folder
* Picture Style settings (same options as on EOS-30D)
* 9-point autofocus unit with high-precision f/2.8 support (same as on EOS-30D)
* Selectable AF modes
* Selectable AF points
* 3 settings for long exposure noise reduction, including auto
* Faster image processing
* Improved Print/Share functions
* Improved Direct Print functions including red-eye correction, face brightening and index printing
* Convenient image display functions including computer-only auto rotation and reduce/enlarge during quick review
* Additional Custom Functions
* Superior software package including Canon’s exclusive Digital Photo Professional

Posted by Danny_frek on 2008-05-11 23:14:22

Tagged: , Canon , Rebel , EOS , XTi

285/365 The Man, The Hat, The Beast.

285/365 The Man, The Hat, The Beast.

today after work I came home and watched a few episodes of Fullmetal Alchemist before I got ready for make out tonight. after I was ready to go I took my photo of the day. I just had Kaleb pick out a few props and this is what he chose haha I tried to make it look kinda old timey.
after I had this up I went downtown for make out and set up my stuff. tonight Johan (the dj) told everyone to tip me so I did a little better in tips. he said he would say it more next week 😀
tonight was rocky horrow picture show themed so that was fun :3 but by 12am I was ready to be done. but this thing goes until 1:30am so I still had a while.
once I got home I put the photos on my computer and watched some Fullmetal while I waited. then I went to bed!

fact of the day:
Most dust particles in your house come from dead skin.

View On Black

Annoying Game of Rock, Paper, Scissors.

taken 10-12-10
uploaded 10-12-10

check out my brothers and I’s youtube channel!
Brutal Brothers Films

TWITTER: @JarrethHunt
DAILYBOOTH @JarrethHunt <—- I upload photos here too!


Posted by Jarreth Hunt Photography on 2010-10-13 00:44:48

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Buy these books! – 57/365

Buy these books! - 57/365

I got my dSLR in May of 2007 and have been taking photos with it non-stop since. I decided at some point late in 2007 that I would make a book of my favorite photos from each year so I could actually have something physical to look at instead of just a computer monitor. In an effort to see how I progress, or my styles change, I also decided to keep the photos in the same order I took them. It’s actually pretty neat to see where I have come from and where I am now. Having books has also been a great way to show people what I have been doing with myself.

2007 – Saturation – My friend Mike Beaumont brought up the fact that it’s pretty funny I used a B&W photo for the cover since I named the book "Saturation". I don’t know what I was thinking. I used a dust jacket for the first one but won’t ever use one for any of my other books.

2008 – Light – I found the Strobist blog/site late in 2007 and have been hooked on lighting ever since. 2008 was the year I learned how to use light so I thought it was an appropriate title. It probably looks pretty sad that I have my own face on the cover but in all honesty that photo from that self portrait session got me hooked. That one photo meant a lot to me so I made it the cover shot.

I finally got through my 2009 photos the other day and now come the process of laying out the book. I use Blurb of course and have only good things to say about them. I hope to have my 2009 book in my hands within a month. As you all probably know, it’s hard to find enough time to do other things besides take and post a picture.

strobist info: flash camera right through the Westcott 28×28 softbox at 1/4 power.

Yep, that’s my face on the cover.


Posted by foshydog on 2010-02-27 00:46:17

Tagged: , blurb , books , self , portrait , project365 , 365:2010 , canon , rebel , xti , 400d , basement , house , glasses , columbia , jacket

My Digital Camera Gear

My Digital Camera Gear

This is only my Digital Equipment…
There’s also a Soligor SR 300MD Film-SLR with a 28mm and a 60-300mm Lens with some accessories and of course about 6 or 7 Compact Cam’s Digital an Analog…

Posted by DOS82 on 2007-03-03 00:22:27

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Kit Bag

Kit Bag

If I need to carry all my gear or if I’m travelling on a plane, this is the bag I use. It’s a Tamrac 614 Pro 14 Shoulder Bag with a slot for my laptop as well as some other nifty compartments. Obviously not very portable, but well padded and it holds a decent amount of gear with efficient and smart usage of space. This picture was shot with my XTi/400D.

Key Features

• Dual Action Top offers triple protection against rain, dust and sand by providing three levels of security: hook and loop closures for quick access, EasySqueeze quick-release buckles for security and a zipper closure for the ultimate weather protection.

• Lens-Bridge Divider System allows the camera to sit cradled above the rest of the equipment with various lens lengths attached and ready for action. The camera rides on an adjustable platform insuring a perfect fit with or without a motor drive.

• Pockets

Foam padded rear pocket for a thin notebook computer up to 17 1/2 x 10 1/2 x 2.0"
2 Slide Pockets feature the Tamrac Memory & Battery Management System which uses red flags to identify which memory cards and batteries are available and which ones are used up.
The front has 2 ZipDrop pockets that have an internal zippered mesh accessory pocket and paraphernalia pockets in a see-through mesh pocket for storing accessories and small items that are normally hard to locate. The left pocket has an attachment system to utilize the optional Photographer’s ToolPak. There are 2 tripod straps mounted below the pockets.
The front flap has a weather-protected Speed Pocket that allows filters and other accessories to be quickly accessed without opening the bag.
Two Touch Fastener closing, weather-flapped padded end pockets
Full length zippered Passport/ticket foam padded pocket in the back
Inside the top, a removable Pop-Off film pocket is made of Windowpane-Mesh. It can hold lots of film in clear view. In addition, it can be quickly detached so that film can be hand inspected at the airport and not risk damage by X-ray security systems.

• The Piggy-Back Pocket enables a camera bags to work in conjunction with most rolling bags or carts that have a handle. With the handle locked in the upright position, the Piggy-Back Pocket allows a camera bag to be easily slipped over the handle and held securely while riding on top of the rolling bag.

• Elastic accessory loops inside top

• Plastic bottom platform beneath the foam padding provides stability, protect ion and support.

• Adjustable padded BioCurve shoulder strap with S.A.S. Strap Accessory System attachment slots

• EasyGrip padded handles are made from a composite material. The material is exceptionally non-slip, yet soft and easy on your hands. A torsion bar stabilizer strut in the top distributes the weight for carrying ease.

• Compatible with;

2 SLR camera bodies, 9 lenses, 2 flashes, tripod and accessories plus a notebook computer

Posted by Andrew Kung Photography on 2007-03-13 05:46:39

Tagged: , Canon , Lens , 30D , Digital Camera , Tamrac , 70-200mm , 17-85mm , 60mm , 12-24mm , 18-55mm , 24-70mm , Speedlite , 580EX , 430EX , Flash , Hood , f/2.8L , XTi