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  1. Ledgem
    2012-07-30 21:04
    Ledgem
    DSLRs are not small. They can be used with a tripod, but there's no requirement to do so. The primary advantage of a DSLR over a compact camera is the ability to change lenses, and use specialty lenses. Partly thanks to the lenses, and partly thanks to the larger sensors found in DSLRs, you can create more artistic-looking photos by having a blurry background. Here's an example of mine:


    The Eternal Moment by Velocity of Sound, on Flickr

    Within the past four or so years, a new type of camera was developed that removes some mechanical components from a DSLR. The result is a camera with the same sensor and the ability to change lenses, but it's much smaller. In some cases (and mostly depending on the lens) it's about the same of some compact cameras, but in most cases it's still larger than a compact (although smaller and lighter than a DSLR).
  2. Ledgem
    2012-07-30 07:24
    Ledgem
    Wow, you took a lot of photos, and they came out quite nicely!

    It looks like you're using a "point-and-shoot" style of camera. I use an Olympus E-3 (a DSLR), and for portraiture purposes I like to use either my 25mm f/1.4 Summilux or 50mm f/2.0. I have a flash, but generally prefer to do natural light shots. DSLRs offer a lot of control that "point-and-shoot" cameras don't. If you feel like your current camera is starting to limit you, I'd highly recommend an upgrade to the DSLR realm
  3. Urzu 7
    2012-07-29 22:49
    Urzu 7
    Have you ever cosplayed before, at a con or anywhere? Any particular characters that you cosplayed as?
  4. Obelisk ze Tormentor
    2012-07-29 22:35
    Obelisk ze Tormentor
    Ah, is that so. I guess our cultures are different. We usually take a bath in the morning and afternoon (about 3-6 pm).

    Do you have any pics of the said cosplayers?
  5. Urzu 7
    2012-07-29 22:33
    Urzu 7
    Okay. I look forward to the pics from the con.
  6. Liddo-kun
    2012-07-29 18:03
    Liddo-kun
    Huh? I took a bath before going there, and took one when I got home.

    A lot of people, and mostly cosplayers stayed there as long as I did. My cosplayer friend stayed even longer than me. She's there from 12 a.m to 11 p.m.
  7. Obelisk ze Tormentor
    2012-07-29 11:36
    Obelisk ze Tormentor
    From 11 am to 8 pm!

    Wow man, that's long. How about taking a bath?
  8. Ledgem
    2012-07-29 09:58
    Ledgem
    I'm glad to hear that the convention was enjoyable! I've encountered many photographers (online, not in person) who heavily engage in cosplay events. Photography is a fun hobby - I haven't been able to engage in it much since starting medical school, but if you ever take an interest in getting started, I might be able to help you out with various bits of advice
  9. Julio C
    2012-07-27 23:14
    Julio C
    How was AKB0048? It just ended right?
  10. Urzu 7
    2012-07-24 19:53
    Urzu 7
    Sheryl Nome is a pretty character. I'd like to see your friend cosplaying as her.

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