The most common questions that photographers are faced with relate to the camera brand or the megapixels count of the specific model. But neither the camera model nor the megapixel count is a criteria for great images. I recently read the comparison of a photographer with a cook. Would anybody ask a cook after a delicious meal what kind of pots he uses for cooking?
Great photos can be taken with any recent or even older DSLR. Much more important than the brand or the megapixels count of the camera is the understanding of the lighting conditions on location and the correct exposure. For this purpose, the knowledge about aperture, shutter speed and ISO sensitivity is critical. Those who understand this interaction may use their camera in manual mode without using any automatic functions. However, even if the image is correctly exposed, it is more the stunning light, right angle of view or composition of a photo that draws the viewer into its spell …
Of course, every photo enthusiast is interested in the camera technology and therefore I give a brief overview of my current camera gear:
This kit of equipment was assembled after hours of research and consideration of my own experience. It currently represents an optimum for my personal requirements. If you would like to learn how i use this equipment for my shots i look forward to share my experience.