Wow! Man, keep it comin’
Congrats on ALL the things, they aren’t a few
It’s not right, but there’s not much you can do about it. It’s even more sad, when an agency buys an item and resell it as “their design”, not to mention that they resell a regular licensed template
Of course if you have problem with the situation, you can send a mail, telling the buyer what’s wrong and try to settle on the issue.
Anyway, if someone cares who really is the author of the design, he will find your portfolio and see that it’s you.
It have exactly the same Canon 18-55mm. It’s a standard kit lens. As I said, that IS the cheapest way to get started. All I am saying is that if you go for the kit lens, you will soon end with a lens you are not using at all, despite the lower cost. If you can rent a Canon 50mm f1.4, do so and you will see the difference
@jremick Sure thing, it’s a deal and practically the cheapest way to get started, but the quality of the kit lens is disappointing. It’s ok when you get your kit and start shooting, but you are realizing what were you missing as soon as you get your hands on a better lens. You won’t touch your kit lens again
I have the same 18-55mm you have and it’s collecting dust for a long time.
I am shooting with a Canon DSLR – 450D. I got it 2 years ago. I can say, if you are about to dig into photography, get one of these. It’s a nice entry level DSLR with some nice features, taken from the high level models. Compare the prices of 400D, 450D, 500D and 1000D and find which suits you best.
I should point that the most important thing is the lens you are shooting with. You can have the mighty Canon 5DM2, but if you are shooting with crappy lens, you won’t get much of a results. So, pick your best suited camera and invest some money in some nice lens. If you can get the camera without a kit lens, do it. I have spent only a month with my kit lens and discover a whole new world when I got other lenses.
There are photo equipment shops, which are renting lens for DSLRs – that’s a nice way to compare them and have some fun with the expensive ones, without paying the price. If you go for the Canon DSLR , get a 50mm 1.4 lens, if you can. It’s a lens that you will love for a long time, no matter what camera you get in the future!
Take a look at some of my photos at my Flickr account
BTW , keep in mind that the lower the final score, the better
Glad you liked it I got 0 from the first attempt