It's an awesome bag, mine is packed to capacity now. The 300 AW is looking good all of sudden...
Oh, and I got the Canon Pixma Pro9000 mkII today! Prints amazing
pictures on Ilford Pearl photo paper. I know prints are cheap to order these days, but for me it's like having the entire creative process in my hands. Plus I'm already selling prints to friends and relatives.
Originally Posted by Danylu
Takes a weekend to learn DSLRs, takes a lifetime to master photography!
Sooo many things to understand.
On that topic can someone please explain to me what hyperfocal distance is? I was studying this depth of field table and this is on it - no clue what it means and I've looked at diagrams and explanations.
HF distance a point from your camera to a particular forground element, past which everything
all the way to the horizon is in focus. If the correct focal length is determined as well as the proper distance from you to the beginning of your HF shot, this distance could be as short as 8 feet or so. Sometimes when shooting landscapes you can do this by accident. It looks great because the foreground elements all the way to the background are in focus. It's something I've been meaning to get into for a while but haven't had time. Currently I've been looking into this website, which is great for learning HF:
http://www.dofmaster.com/dofjs.htmlEdited by GoneTomorrow - 5/17/09 at 7:29pm