Photography is the simultaneous recognition, in a fraction of a second, of the significance of an event.
Post in response to Amanda's question regarding the equipment I use.Recently added a Canon 30D to the list. Nice camera, despite the CCD failing part way through the last wedding I shot. (The bride and groom didn't need to know!). Was quickly replaced with no questions asked by the excellent vendor.Does me nicely. I always think that you should use a camera that is relative to the use it will get.A friend of mine uses a Canon 5D, but he is a pro!On the left is the first SLR camera I owned, a Praktica MLT3 that my father bought for me when I was 13.Fully manual apart for the luxury of a built in light meter. Still, taught me how to use a camera properly!So Amanda, I would say get a 30Dif a 5D is beyond your budget or needs!
Oh, and by the way, a big Green yae! to all who attended last night's curry club. I'll ask Brich for a photo of the Turtle.So, did anyone catch Antiques Roadshow? ;o)
Was the curry club fun?Shame I missed it.
thank you!!! :)
Wow...Seigo's mouth will be watering when he sees this...
I want a digital SRL!! Too bad Im poor. :) I still use film because I think normal digitals (generally)stink and are only worth taking snapshots at parties. Still like you said, if you can do great things with the Low-tech stuff when you get your hands in the high tech stuff imagine the possibilities!
that´s really good history, how many cameras do you own?
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