Ok, so I have been reading for the past 2 days and am SOOOO confused. I plan to take a photography course starting in April to help me learn a little bit about what I am doing.
I recently got a Canon rebel XSI and am just starting to learn a little bit about it. However, just about everything I read is like reading a foreign language so far.
I have 2 lenses but both of them are mainly for still images, at least that is what I was told.
I am looking for a lens that I can use for wakeboarding and also to take pictures of my daughter playing tennis. These are completely different lighting situations though since she plays indoors a lot.
What is the difference between the Canon 70-200L f/4 and the Canon 70-200 f/4 IS? From the looks of it, it is about $600 difference.
I definitely do not plan to become a pro and probably bought too much camera to begin with. I just want to get some decent pictures over the years.
Any suggestions on what lens to get? Or should I just wait a few months until I have learned enough on my own? I trust your judgments right now more than mine
I did searches on this site, but not knowing if different cameras matter, it was all confusing to me. Maybe I will understand more once I take the course.
Thanks for the help.