Starting Photography Wish Me Luck
We've started to practice photography, and the costs of the lenses and materials is just so high at my neighboring stores. Because it's a speciality item, my local fine art supply house has an crazy mark up on nearly everything. It's so awful that doing store-brought lenses I can't yet complete a full practice set without spending like a thousand greenbacks. Happily, mail order comes to the rescue again.
I ended up researching around internet and and I found a bunch of places that charge better prices than local - but so far my knowledge is that a lot of them do not provide very first-rate service or are just dead links that nobody pays notice to any longer and my emails go to nowhere. It takes a quantity of doing to find a good quality supplier, beforehand you start clicking away sending change to someone out there on the net - test out out some critiques or information sites to see what folks are in fact using. If could afford going to one of the conventions I might almost certainly obtain a bunch of not expensive goods there - but travel and tickets are just too much for messing around with it at present.
I ended up going to meiphoto.com at canon lenses and ordering the whole thing I wanted from there. I bought myself a really nice chassis to replace that older one that kept freezing. It was in truth economical - but I guess unless I institute doing this at events there's no need for one of the professional ones. The only awkward thing is that the lense is a big slow. There are faster ones, but that's way too expensive. I got a pretty good kit with lenses for under $500 and I'm eager to get started. I'll post some pictures when I improve a bit. ^^