With school starting right around the corner, photography students will be getting ready to keep their shutters clicking. Granted, your Photography Department may offer you and other students cameras to use. But if you don’t want to go through the checking out/checking in process, you may want to take a look at this posting created especially for you.
Here’s a round-up of some of the best photography gear for students going back to school.
Photography Accessories I’ve Learned to Ditch– There are some items that most photographers do not really need after a while. In this posting, I present to you my list of items I learned to ditch.
Long Term Test: Canon 7D Vs Nikon D300s– At the top of the price range for college students, either one of these cameras will be a great investment. Read this posting and choose the one that is right for you.
Reader Question: A great Video DSLR for a College Student– Looking to get into videography as well photography? Take a look at this.
Quick Field Test: Gary Fong Lightsphere Collapsible– For potential strobists, you’ll want to look into diffusers and how light can affect your subject.
Great Items for DSLR Video Audio Recording– Once again, this is a posting aimed towards the videography students.
Field Test: BJX Camera Bag– Great cameras bags are essential. This one is compact and holds all your gear very well on top of being stylish.
Small Cameras For Professional Photographers– If you want a smaller camera and want to use almost every other lens out there, the Micro Four Thirds cameras here should be of interest to you.
The Complete Canon T2i Review– As of the writing of this posting, there isn’t any another entry-level DSLR that can possibly touch the T2i in terms of image quality and feature set.