The Best Camera To Use

Copyright Ronn Thwaites 2018
Copyright Ronn Thwaites 2018

I was having a chat to a colleague who was asking about what’s the best camera to use for the types of photography I do my workshops as they want to attend one and my answer was to use whatever camera they already have

For me it doesn’t matter if you use a phone camera, a simple point and shoot or a professional DSLR; the idea is to be in the moment and capture the scene that you’re experiencing at the time. It’s about having that mindful experience of taking a photo and it doesn’t matter what type of camera you use to do that

It’s more important that you feel comfortable with its basic functions than how much it costs and what name it has on it!

The photo by the way is of my current set up which is a Canon 100D and a 50mm Prime lens; both are fairly cheap, entry level bits of kit but they suit my style of photography and give me the results I want




One thought on “The Best Camera To Use

  1. I’m in agreement Ronn, especially for those who are new to photography. The temptation for me was to buy the best camera that I could afford, and then realised that the camera doesn’t take great photos without the photographer learning the basics of the camera, and then learning to see.

    I think that once these have been developed and you’ve decided your photography is important to you, then it’s worth considering an upgrade

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