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Old cameras collection

My old cameras collection is something I have build up over the years. They are very beautiful to look at and come with a long history. The stories can go back years and years of different owners, locations maybe even countries. I like to collect and display them through the house. For me, they are a piece of art and I like to admire them. Every scratch or dent tells a unique story and some rather more than the other. I picked three cameras to talk about for this blog. These cameras were found and bought on second hand...

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Basic Photography – ISO, Aperture, Shutter Speed

You have probably heard about them before: ISO, aperture and shutter speed. The three ways to adjust your settings and take your photography skills to the next level. When I first learned about these tools I got completely confused. In the beginning it seems like a lot of information and it isn’t making any sense. However, this blog will help you to understand each element to the core and how you can use them on your camera. The only thing you need is to set your camera on the M (manual) mode. ISO Let’s start with the easy one....

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Canon 100mm Macro lens Review

The Canon Macro 2.8 100mm lens is a must for any macro photographers out there. The colors and sharpness are outstanding. I am a proud owner of this lens for over a year now and would like to share with you my view on it. What I like and dislike about the lens and how practical it actually is. I hope this blog will help you to decide if this lens should be in your camera bag. I also made a short, fun video about this lens which you can watch by clicking here. Let’s get technical I’m not technical...