See the Light

by The Bestower MelGrant The Bestower on ‎10-04-2010 01:52 PM - last edited on ‎09-26-2011 02:21 PM by Community Manager

So you love your new DSLR camera and want to know what can make it even better? Fear not, there's no shortage of great accessories to make your new hobby wall-worthy. But how do you choose what to buy first? Or maybe first then second then third, that's helpful too. Some of the basics include lenses, filters, tripods and flashes. If you want to shoot a wide range of distances and achieve effects such as depth of field, then lenses are certainly where you'll spend plenty over time. Chances are though, your camera came with a zoom lens that copes with a decent range already. If you shoot plenty of shots with sky or water, then a filter such as a circular polarizer is a must. For night or low-light shots, you need a tripod. However, if you take a large number of indoor photos, then a flash should be on your shopping list.


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