Check the cameras mentioned in this thread.Where did my post go?
Anyways, I need a camera for design college which would include photography classes so would be needing an above average camera. I mean should be good enough. Budget is 12k max.
There's a large number of models in that price range and most recent models are good in their own way, but no single model is perfect, not even one costing 100K+. You have to narrow down your requirements first.Anyways, I need a camera for design college which would include photography classes so would be needing an above average camera. I mean should be good enough. Budget is 12k max.
An SLR is not essential for taking photos of the moon. You just need to set the proper exposure values and a good lens, preferably one with a long focal length. Here's a composite of some pictures I took of the moon with four different cameras, NONE of which is an SLR.
Another point is that while most beginners want to take a photo of the moon when it's full, it's actually not the best time. At full moon, the surface is evenly lit and comes out flat without interesting shades of light and dark.
Here are a couple of shots I took at the only air show I've ever been to. It's not an air show like the Paris or Farnborough air shows where they display all kinds of military and civil aircraft. This one was an aerobatics display by the IAF aerobatics team, the last show they did shortly before their leader was killed in a crash.I am going to air show tomorrow.. will share pics soon
by link he means the link for forums.like in "imageshack" after uploading images check the right hand panel...there's a "get code for forums" section..other websites will have something similar.this will post a thumbnail of your image but if you want to upload full size images you have to see the image details then get the code.i already posted the way to put picture here..
you have to host your picture first in some sites like flickr or picasa.. then add the link here..