tonyjr

tonyjr

Lives in United States Union City, CA, United States
Works as a RETIRED
Joined on Nov 18, 2008
About me:

want - 1.4 III , 100-400 is ,28-300, 24-105 ,
150-600 - ORDERED
What ever gets 2.8 and IS 1st
Have -
1st it's a hobby
7D gripped XTI gripped
Canon - efs 10-22 , 17-55 , ef 18-55 IS
EF 28-90 , 28 @ 2.8 , 35 2 , 50 @1.8 , 50 1.4 , 28-135 IS
L's 35-350 , 70-200 MK II IS
Quantaray lens 70-300 macro
Sigma 135 - 400 , 180 MACRO
2X III , Life Size converter
KSM filters for all
kenko auto tubes , EF 25

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Ranger 9: Don't buy the Kindle edition! The illustrations often don't match up with the text, making it difficult to follow. If you really think you want this book, get the print version.

As to the book itself, I didn't think nearly as much of it as Adam did. I am more in line with this:

http://www.amazon.com/review/R1QL4YCT3YGJJJ/ref=cm_cr_pr_perm?ie=UTF8&ASIN=032171105X&nodeID=&tag=&linkCode=

I bought both -
Speedliter's Handbook: Learning to Craft Light with Canon Speedlites [Paperback]
Syl Arena
Light - science and magic - Fil Hunter -4th edition
So far Speedliter's Handbook: is pretty good . About 1/10 of the way thru it . Yes , I would buy again and has things I did not know in 1st few pages . Easy to read / understand
Light - science and magic - will read after I finish Speedliter's

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