Last week we spoke to a group about the declining stock photography industry. The session was lively with some good questions.
Someone asked “What equipment do you use?”It’s a common question.
I answered “It doesn’t really matter – it’s how you use it that makes the difference.”
It’s true, of course. For most people – aside from file size considerations and reasonable file quality issues – your Canon Rebel or Nikon D3x matters less than how you use it. People get hung up on camera bling when they’d be better off putting their cameras to use as much as possible!
“Yeah, yeah.” he said. “But what camera do you use?”
“I’m not going to tell you! I use film cameras and digital cameras. I like wider angle lenses.” I smiled.
Someone wrote to me after the show: “Good pictures, good content, Good sense of humour.”
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