I am way late to the DSLR game. Refusing it for years, I was strictly a film photographer. I loved the art of film photography and developing, thinking DLSR was too easy and took all the fun out of the art. I was wrong.
A few months ago I told a friend how expensive my camera's film was, he was blown away. He told me to switch to digital. I scoffed and said I had no interest in that, I'm an old school photographer. Then my camera broke. It was unfixable and I was heartbroken. My friend lent me his camera to persuade me into digital photography. Funny enough, it worked!
Organizing all my camera gear for my DSLR.
Learning how to use my new digital camera.
“My camera broke. It was unfixable and I was heartbroken.”
I'm a mother of three and I've taken every single one of my children to have photos of them taken as a baby. If you're a new parent I fully suggest doing this. Camera technology advances too quickly to keep up.
I'm buying my first DSLR camera. I always hear the ongoing debate of which is better, Nikon or Canon. I have researched a bunch and they both seem awesome, but I wanted to get opinions from people who use these cameras on a regular basis.
I go through phases with how I like to photograph subjects. A method of taking photos that I have been utterly obsessed with lately is long exposure. Even if you're not a photographer, you would recognize a photo taken with long exposure. They're the ones with glowing trails of movement.