Michael and I talk about photography a lot. We have conversations on Skype, while driving, over dinner and when we are out shooting photos. We talk about gear, software, camera bags, other photographers’ work, and future photography sites to visit. We got into a chat not so long ago about the present state of gear, photography and photographers.
We thought it would be fun to share one of these conversations with you.
We have come a long way in the last 20 years of the digital revolution. Digital photography allows us so much more ability to craft our images the way we want to see them. There are lots of gear choices and they all do a very good job at doing what they are supposed to do, which is take great images. It’s become increasingly difficult for us as reviewers to see the differences. Sometimes it is a location of a button or the design of a menu system on a camera that we point out. For the most part, every camera does a good job at focusing, exposing and handling the challenges of hi ISO shooting.
In the end, the satisfaction is from the opportunity to take the picture, make a print and then share it with others. Join us for a conversation on just this topic in the video below.