Because camera bodies and technology are becoming much more accessible price wise (consumer level stuff at least!) many people are taking up photography as a wonderful hobby and past-time. As many of my friends and family are in that boat, I usually am asked a few times a year for some advice on purchasing a new camera, so I think it’s time to put together a little blog post for others to use as a reference point when shopping for their first D-SLR camera.
One fun part of being a photographer is getting new toys to play with. Maybe it’s the inner-geek in me, or just being a guy who likes shiny stuff, buying new gear is always fun. And as a business owner, it’s a nice tax write-off But beyond that, part of being a good artist is [...]
A great question way to get a feel for the skill-level of any professional you’re considering working with (not just a prospective photographer) is to ask about the quality of their equipment. This holds especially true for a wedding photographer. Although I am of the school of thought that an expensive camera doesn’t make the [...]