If you are like me, some of your most treasured souvenirs from your travel are your photos see mine. Which camera you bring will make a difference on the quality of those photos. Twice in the last three years I have left a camera behind while traveling. One was left in a Buenos Aires taxi and a second disappeared from a rental car in Northern Virginia.
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Hello- I am making a documentary in which parts of the production will be shot by the subjects themselves. I am giving cameras to my subjects to record their own perception of the topic and then interviewing them to narrate their material. I will be guiding them on techniques of what and how to shoot, but they will be on their when actually shooting. Because of this, I want to get them cameras that are, 1 easy to use, 2 will still look as professional as possible in quality look and stabilization , 3 as cheap as possible without losing production value. Of these or other options, which would you recommend as the best pick for amateurs to use and getting professional look at the best price? Thank you in advance for your help!
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Anyway, after wandering around and trying the zoom and snapping at anything that moved—mostly ducks! Why is that? Why do new photographers always take lots of photos of ducks? Photo by Michael B. If you have your camera right now, set it to M.
What is the best SLR digital camera for amateur photographers? It's a question people have been asking for several years and will likely continue to ask as constant advances in both imaging and cellphone technology accelerate. One year's list of the best of the best cameras is the next year's list of what you might be able to salvage from the scrap heap. Still, the cameras on the following list, which was originally published back in , may be worth checking out if you're looking for bargains or used cameras that are still perfectly serviceable if a little outdated. Photography is no longer the exclusive domain of professionals with tens of thousands of dollars worth of equipment.