All I can say is think of the camera as a set of tools. A better body gives you more options and flexibility in some cases, the “detail” and “clarity” of a photo comes from good glass. So go with a decent body, maybe a 60D or a T4i and go with a good quality lens like a 24-70 F2.8L from Canon.
Yes, I am a sort of pro photographer in that I do some paid gigs. But mainly it’s a hobby. My main kit is a 60D, Sigma 30mm F1.4 EXDC, 430EX II flash and a Manfrotto 055xprob tripod with a 701 HDV head
I don’t post on here much because I took the hotbar bookmark for Tumblr off as I was spending so much time on here. But I’m still active on Youtube, though my channel is slowing down a bunch. Still trying to work on it.
While normally I’d oblige I am no longer much in the business of build advice. It’s usually very simple though. Find a hardware forum like Tomshardware, Overclock.net, HardOCp or something like that and those members can help.
I wish Tumblr had a date on these messages, don’t know when they were sent. I’m all for doing LP’s usually, but for those kind of games, I can’t handle them.
I go rid of my bookmarks bar shortcuts for Reddit and Tumblr to increase productivity. Which is one reason I haven’t posted on here in awhile. Sorry.
Unbelievable Tablet for the cost. I got a 16GB, I highly recommend it. Great audio quality, the UI is probably THE most responsive touch interface I’ve felt. Everything feels fast and snappy. Apps load in a fraction of a second. Amazing battery life, great WiFi signal, the menus all feel well organized, it auto backs up and restores. It even will load your phone apps and profile information when it boots up.
I’ll be doing a video on it and also showing off some stuff on it.
I tuned the blur much higher for C3, and for Crystalline. I’ve been dabbling in sonic’s shaders to put waving water in, when I do, Cinemacraft 4 is basically done. The map I’m working on is close to being finished, I’m just working on Waving Water and changing some of the waving aspects.
A big indepth look at Minema. Took 3-4 days to edit, record, etc. Please check it out, and upvote the reddit link in the description of the Video.
I go into deep detail, if you’re interested in super smooth MC videos, it will be what you’re looking for.
The idea behind these is sort of artistic, but more so the sound of the cooking process. No commentary or silly talking. I just show the process of making my favorite food.
It’s in 1080p and the audio is really clear. Throw on some headphones and I hope you enjoy.
Currently editing my video I recorded while making my “famous” beef stew, which is more of a thick soup. Hopefully I’ll have it done today. It’s not a cooking show thing, but more of a short film type thing.