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  • It's a good, cheap way to get into full frame photography.  I did so myself last year, and no regrets.  It's strength complement my 7D, which I prefer to use for sports photography.  My only...
  • 1)  Plenty of sleep. 2) But seriously, I'd go for an F2.0 or F2.8 portrait lens that will allow you to get good images without using flash.  Babies don't like the flash, no matter where you place...
  • When it's cold outside (eg. freezing or lower), battery life goes way down. Definitely need a spare battery, and it's better to keep the spare battery in a pocket close to your body. When the one...

  • How about a small P&S to help prevent you from completely missing a shot while you try to switch lenses, change batteries, or attach a flash unit in a pinch? Also, when I'm shooting sporting...

  • I got one of these used and I like it for it's unique design (diffractive optics) which allows this lens to be much small than the other lenses which zoom to 300mm.  However, it's not a very fast...
  • This was the first lens I bought after purchasing my first crop-sensor Canon DSLR, and I have no regrets.  It's big and somewhat heavy, but it gives you a great range of focal lengths and good to...
  • Submitted a challenge entry Mountain Ascent
    Placed 37th in the challenge.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Lunar Eclipse
    Placed 42nd in the challenge.
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