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Canon M50: https://amzn.to/2IAQtdO
We recently purchased the new Canon EOS RP as a pro camera to shoot weddings, fashion shoots and portraits in our studio.
While we consider the EOS RP a better camera, we thought it would be a nice video comparing it to the M50 as we consider the M50 to be the best cost-benefit camera for beginners and vloggers. The RP would be the best cost-benefit camera for professional photographers.
I do think the RP is better and it should be but the M50 is capable of amazing shots as well. With that being said, you can judge by your needs and pocket which is the right camera for you.
Let us know what you think in the comments below!❤️
I’m a street market lover and if you are too, let’s go crazy together about Chatuchak!
The largest market in Thailand and among the largest in the world is going on for over 60 years.
Covering 27 acres area, divided into 27 sections and with over 10000 stalls Chatuchak has a diverse range of products.
The map separates the areas based on 9 main goods, but there are much more options mixed around.
Due to the huge size, sometimes can be challenging finding the sector you want to visit. The trick here is looking up, signs with the market map are all around, hanging from the ceiling.
The market opens on Friday for wholesale and on Saturday and Sunday for the public.
Theoretically, it opens from 6:00 am-6:00 pm, but I can assure you that arriving before 9:30 is a waste of time since most of the shops are closed and you gonna have to wait around.
This is a wonderful place to buy souvenirs with usually better prices than the other touristic points, but don’t forget to bargain, the real prices are most of the times lower than on the first offer.
If you want to grab something to eat, walk around, shopping, foot massage and coffee break you can keep a full day of your schedule here.
However, if you just want to check the market out do some shopping and is not much into street food half day is enough for you.
Tip: Comfortable shoes and light clothing are convenient, the market is quite crowded and can be hot in some areas.
Chatuchak Market – ตลาดจตุจักร Address: 587/10 Kamphaeng Phet 2 Road, Chatuchak, Bangkok Address In Thai: ที่อยู่: 587/10 ถนน กำแพงเพชร 2 แขวง จตุจักร เขต จตุจักร กรุงเทพมหานคร BTS(skytrain): Mo Chit Station – Sukhumvit line, exit 1 MRT: Chatuchak Park Station, exit 1 or Kamphaeng Phet, exit 1 or 2 Official website: www.chatuchak.org
How do you like Chatuchak? Let us know in the comments below!💛
Built originally in 1882 to place 2 Buddha statues from Burma this Buddhist temple is one of Shanghai’s must see.
The big stars of the place can’t be recorded or taken pictures of so still some mystery to see for yourself.
The central location just makes it easy to feet at you schedule even if you’re not staying long.
Mine and Diego’s favorite part was inside the Grand Hall (main hall located in the center) with so many details that your eyes get filled with delight.
Around you can find religious related stores with statues, candles, chanting books, souvenirs and more.
Open from 8:30am to 5:00pm, admission fee 20 yuan.
Address: 170 Anyuan Road, Jing’an, Shanghai, China
Address In Chinese: 地址: 中国上海市静安区安远路170号
Subway station: Changshou Road Station – line 7, exit 5
Tip: You can buy incense at the store within the temple (just turn left from the main entrance) and give thanks for your beautiful trip!
What was your favorite part?Share with us in the comments below!❤️
From West Nanjing Road passing People Square arriving at East Nanjing Road and finally The Bund you’ll be involved in what the city is all about and will get a taste of it!
West Nanjing Road is a commercial street with plenty of stores and restaurants that are very popular among the locals and visitors too.From here you can have a walk appreciating the city architecture and spot People Square in the way towards the famous riverfront.
The Bund is a traditional place that you can’t leave without a visit.
The famous city line is a mix of waterfront colonial buildings and the view of modern skyscrapers that guarantee the authentic Shanghainese feeling.
Tip: If possible avoid national holidays and Sundays as the place will be really crowded.
There is some reports about tourists being scammed at this area, although Shanghai is a really safe city minor distress can be avoided keeping an eye at your personal belongings and not engaging in activities proposed by strangers such as visiting tea houses(is a great idea to visit a tea house but do it by yourself or with friends).
Addresses: The Bund: Zhongshan East 1st Rd, Huangpu, Shanghai
Address in Chinese: 地址：上海市黄浦区中山东一路 1号
Subway station: East Nanjing Road – line 2 and 10, exit 2 or 3 (10 min. walk) West Nanjing Road: West Nanjing Road
Address in Chinese: 地址: 南京西路
Subway Station: West Nanjing Road – line 2, exit 2