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Old 01-12-2011, 09:47 AM   #1
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Newbie questions

I was recently given a T2i as a gift (for doing my parents kitchen) but I'll admit I don't know how to use it properly. I just use it as a point and shoot right now.

In the next few weeks I'll be going to past clients' houses to get some good shots of kitchens that I have built for them.

I'm looking for any advice or tips or suggested reading material that will help me get some great interior shots.

I was thinking about a wide angle lens but they are $$$ what about the wide angle converter that goes on the end of the lens? I'll also be picking up a tripod.
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Old 03-03-2011, 02:34 PM   #2
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I know its a little late for a reply but heres one anyways.
Tripod is a good investment. Thise wide angle cov=nverters usually turn out a pretty bad quality picture.
Understanding exposure is a great book apparently, I personally have one specifically for my camera. Also read online tutorials and join a photography forum such as mycanikon.
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Old 07-01-2011, 07:10 AM   #3
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Really ,its a good choice....Canon EOS Rebel T2i brings professional EOS features into an easy to use, lightweight digital SLR that's a joy to use and having a class-leading 18.0 Mega pixel CMOS Image Sensor and increased light sensitivity for low light photography, the EOS Rebel T2i also has an advanced HD Movie mode for gorgeous Full HD movies and able to capture up to 3.7 frames per second, it's ready to go the minute it's picked up.
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