Ever go to a shoot and noticed that all your photos seemed to be slightly over exposed or under exposed even if you had your light meter right in the center? Well, it's easy to fix that problem with a built-in feature in many Canon dslrs called Exposure Compensation... Don't worry... it's really simple. Just a few steps and you're good to go.
Most of Canon's lenses have full-time manual focusing that allows you to manually focus even if the lens is switched to autofocus. But for lenses that don't have this feature you are required to switch to manual focus or you can damage the focus motor. Most of them are EF-S lenses. Which one are they?
TECH AND GADGETS
So who do think will be more successful?The kids going to school or the kids not going to school?
Just a word... macro video is harder than macro photography because video is not really that easy to "photoshop" for commercial pusposes. In video, one can use After Effects to remove dust and fingerprints, but when motion is involved, removing those type artifacts is a serious pain in the rear!