Loved this B & B Upcountry Maui in Kula, I Took Some Photographs & Video with My Canon T2i.

Kula Maui Upcountry Bed and Breakfast

Most shots here taken in Maui when we stayed at an upcountry B & B in Kula. The Canon T2i has been my companion for 2 years now during travels, excursions, business trips and vacations. It rarely disappoints and documents almost effortlessly even with only the kit lens out of the box. I'll start the journey here with my last trip to Maui where we spent our second week at an upcountry bed and breakfast. This accommodation made all the difference in our time in Maui.

B & B Kula Upcountry

Starting with this Kula upcountry Maui Bed and Breakfast, take a small journey with me as I share a few photographic and video adventures with the Canon T2i DSLR Camera.

I guarantee that you’ll be entertained and perhaps inspired to obtain one of these cameras for yourself. The model is now a couple of years old and easily affordable on aftermarkets. Even if you’ve never forayed into DSLR photography, this camera is an excellent opportunity to have fun and learn a few skills for more pleasing results from the media of photography and video.

The Canon T2i, a versatile tool of photography with the same core technology as its slightly larger and heavier cousin, the 7D. The t2i is sometimes eschewed not because of differences in quality of images and range but because of its perception as a member of the Canon Rebel class of cameras. The truth is that the performance of the camera is the same with a few minor differences like frames per second in shooting modes. The 7D behaves more like the 40D which I still fall back on for more control over photography but when the capabilities of video come into play, the T2i holds its own.

This segment of video taken in Maui was reduced by software to 720iHD and processed into YouTube yet the detail and clarity of the video produced by this camera rival cinema quality, especially when glass and gear are upgraded to higher end choices.

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