I realize that for most of you, the sheer thrill of photographing an eagle and capturing ANY wing position is just thrill enough. Unfortunately, I have expensive taste so I have to get paid for mine 🙂
Olympus is well-known for making some of the best glass available. That’s why at different times in my career I have relied on Olympus to help me make great photographs.
If you’re concerned about maximum image quality and/or worried about digital “noise,” then you should consider exposing to […]
Not everyone can afford a big, fast, lens. It’s particularly hard to find the loose change to buy a big telephoto lens. While the lesson I offer here applies to ALL cameras and ALL lenses, regardless of manufacturer OR format, it is most apparently impactful when you are shooting with telephoto lenses.
Okay – let me be clear – almost every photographer and/or video shooter who is reading this NEEDS at least (yes I said AT LEAST) one of these.
As I’ve gained more experience as a photographer, I’ve learned that the question “WHY?” is easily the most important one to ask. I ask myself “why?” almost every day.
If you read my other Robus Tripod review, you already know that the Robus RC-5570 Vantage Series 3 Carbon Fiber Tripod is my new favorite. But sometime you need TWO tripods – for instance if you want to have a second camera rolling or you want to take the smallest, lightest one you have for one job, and the biggest, heaviest one you have for another.
So I added to the family! The RC-5558 Vantage Series 3 Carbon Fiber Tripod (https://bhpho.to/2Nzobax) is very similar to the larger, 5570. It has the same general build quality, accessories, etc. It has slightly different stats.