4 Responses to “Photography is not about Cameras”

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  1. I’m only concerned with my equipment when it doesn’t produce the results I want, such as having a large enough buffer so I can shoot more images in burst mode or a fast enough auto focus. After that point, I really don’t care who has the latest and greatest anything.

    • steve

      Agree completely. I never advocate not buying expensive equipment just not buying expensive equipment that isn’t needed. The burst mode is a great example – my DSLR has a very slow burst mode and if I were shooting say sports for a living this would be hugely limiting so I would invest in more suitable equipment.

  2. Hi Steve, I agree that creating the best composition for a picture is more than just the camera. Sometimes it involves a lot of luck in between. But, it is also undeniable that having best price electronics pushes a lot of us to make better. Check the site out when you get the chance.

  3. Marilyn

    I agree, it’s the person behind the camera that really matters. Not everyone believes that of course.
    On Flickr, the most popular camera is the Canon MarkII @ $3,000, body only.

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