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Christmas Time! Deals and Bundles You Should Not Be Missing Out!

Black Friday, Cyber Monday, that great, but there’s also Christmas to make great deals out of the holiday season! Let’s share some of the best deals out there for you guys.

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First off, there is a great deal on most of Sony products, not only cameras but Playstation, video games, digital contents etc. Check this out right here.

  • Second, great news for Sony shooters of for those who want to switch to mirrorless. The price drop of the Sony A7II and the A6000 is permanent. Please check this out here for the A7II and here for the A6000
  • Also, remember Amazon’s miscellaneous gold box deals here and here too!

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  • Looking for a cheap camera backpack, this is UNBEATABLE!

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  • Wildlife photographers, don’t miss out this AWESOME deal on the Tamron 150-600mm. Up to 25% off on Canon, Nikon and Sony mounts! I think I can’t have this one get away!

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  • Sony E-mount users, look at that bundle! The new Sigma 30mm f1.4 with all these awesome stuff that come along for only $339.

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  • Canon users, this bundle is for you! 50mm f1.4 and all these great things with it for $329!

Getting Comfortable in Front of the Camera

I have been back living in Toronto now almost a year and a half and I still find myself fascinated when photographing architecture and cityscapes. I believe, as I have mentioned in the past, that each city I visit, I find myself inspired by different elements. When I first began shooting, when I was living in Paris, I would mostly shoot the sunsetting, the Seine and recognizable landmarks.  Eventually I became fascinated on photographing candid images of people. I have always been moved by images of people captured in their natural state. Once people are aware the camera is pointed at them they change their demeanour immediately.

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What’s in my bag?

It was just less than a year ago now that I decided to upgrade my camera from an older model Canon (I don’t even know what model) to the Canon 70D.  I thought it was also just the appropriate time to purchase a more functional camera bag.  I opted for a relatively small bag that carried my essentials because the only lens I had at the time was the kit lens, a 18-135mm.

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Having a background in fashion and design for many years, I loathed that my camera and bag appeared just like everyone else’s.  I desperately needed something to personalize my camera and and the most effortless way I could to do so was to search for a super neck strap.  I searched extensively online for something that suited my style and was functional.  Comfort was not an issue for me.  Hey as they say, fashion before function.  However, I was astonished the camera strap not only looked great but was comfortable and durable.  Even more so than the generic strap.

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