Qns... If the background is too bright and the foreground too dark. How could i compensate the lightning? As in darkening the background and brightening the foreground. Use fill-in flash + diffuser.
Another Q... Should i remain 18-55 or upgrade my lens to a 18-200. As in trade in my 18-55 58mm +700sgd for 18-200 76mm lens. As the lens circumference is bigger i would be able to have a wider angle lens. Any advice? Thats what i did because I hate to change lens. Just note that 18-55 normally have slightly better image quality and lesser distortion. Once bought, you might feel reluctant to buy fast zoom lens (18-50 f2.8 + 70-200 f2.8) in future.
Also what is the difference between 18-55 3.5~5.6 vs 17-50 2.8?
Read up on a bit of the lens but got confused along the way. f2.8 is constant throughout the entire zoom range. The advantages are you gain more stops of light and bokeh effect.
I know lens like 50~200 4.x~5.6 are telephoto/zoom lens and 60mm 1.8 are macro lens.
Sorry i do not know the exact figures.. Too many different lens in the market. So what are you asking? I will not spoonfeed on this.
Also i'm keeping my camera in a tupperware along with 2 small packet of silicon.
Any advice on storage? Should i go for a dry cabi? dry box? And should i get styroform for my tupperware for safety reason? If you got the $, please go for a dry cabi for a peace of mind. Really up to you what you want to put inside the box for safety.
Sorry for the longwinded post. Hope i can get something out of it =)