When you start planning your wedding, you enter into a whole new world that can come with a shockingly high price tag. When the wedding is over, all you have left are your photographs. Even though I did all of the right things showed her photography styles I liked, furnished a shot list, asked if she owned her own equipment—she lied about that one I still got crappy, blurry, point-and-shoot looking snapshots of my wedding.
This is a guest post by New Zealand landscape photographerChris Gin. Some of you might recognise images from Chris' Flickr stream that we have used in our collections before. I've been into landscape photography for a couple of years now.
Follow our tips to choose a good camera for photography on a budget. But at one time or another, you want the bigger: to start taking creative photos, earn money photographing wedding portraits or real estate images. Anyway, your way to the big world of qualitative and bright photos lies through a shop to which you come for the real, serious, and professional cameras.
It seems to me that a lot of amateur photographers quickly lose interest in photography. This is especially true for those who make the leap to DSLRs. An amateur photographer pretending to be a professional photographer hurts the client, the photographer, and the industry.
Unlike painting, photography is a democratic medium. Anyone who takes pictures long enough, persistently enough, is entitled to their moment of grace. That one shot when everything comes together, when readiness and chance conspire with the camera to make a little marvel.
In an increasingly competitive market, choosing the camera you always have with you can be tricky. Amy Davies picks the cream of the crop. Samsung has a few different options which appeal to photographers, but the galaxy note 9 stands out for a couple of intriguing reasons.
Gear for the Serious Amateur Photographer. A lot of our members are SAPs. S erious A mateur P hotographers, that is.
Sounds like you need some tips from professional photographers. Photography is a wide field with various ranges of expertise — from complete beginners to genius experts. We reached out to a few serious photographers that were happy to contribute these super helpful tips. Use them well!
By far the most significant event in the history of amateur photography was the introduction of the Kodak 1 camera in Invented and marketed by George Eastman —a former bank clerk from Rochester, New York, the Kodak was a simple box camera that came loaded with a exposure roll of film. When the roll was finished, the entire machine was sent back to the factory in Rochester, where it was reloaded and returned to the customer while the first roll was being processed.