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skillet diner chocolate pudding

skillet diner chocolate pudding
  1. Posted January 10, 2013 at 7:22 am

    Thank you for sharing your amazing and hearth&soul warming art, your photos at your website..

    My old passion which I hope to make reborn ! I plan to buy a camera and keep my hopes and dreams high to become simple real & true photographer one day with my passion and love to photography.I hope to share the true   story of myself of a  grandfather’s little farm girl stories,food travel art ( ballet& photography) with my new career…I am interested in food and travel photography the most…Love black&white ,both in photography and drawing.

    I used to take photos with my grandfathers black&white camera where he purchased years years ago from Germany as far as I remember  ;on the way back home ,from being a slave  for 2,5 yrs as a soldier in Korea .He fought in the Korean War where he was a NATO soldier…he learned English from a US soldier at the slave houses for soldiers …his story is amazing & hearth aching..I also have taken a photography elective class back in the college and just get a small touch of experience with dark rooms …

    I would be very happy if you could give me a little advice about what is the brand and kind of camera I could buy ..I have no experience but I have read about Canon 5 D mark ii and Nikon 5d 100 or nikon d90 .for food& travel most of the photographers which I enjoy and admire the art prefer to use Canon it seems to be better?I would be very happy if you could recommend one,which camera and lenses are you using ?I go and play around with one to feel the touch of the camera in my hand if you could help me with your opinion …

  2. megang
    Posted January 10, 2013 at 9:58 am

    Hi, Burta-
    Thanks for your note. I do use a Canon 5D Mark II, but it was quite an upgrade from the Canon Rebel I used for years. It’s a pricey camera and I bought it as I was shooting photos for my upcoming cookbook with it. So if you’re just starting out, I’d likely look for something a bit cheaper to get your feet wet. I use a 24-70 mm lens and a 50mm lens for food shots. I hope that helps. Best of luck to you with your new interests. Happy New Year!

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