Making the Choice as a Novice to Buy a High End Digital Camera
There’s nothing wrong with the word novice. It simply means beginner. All of us are a novice any time we decide to learn something new.
In this day of recording every thought, image and action that passes us by, it’s becoming increasingly harder to slip through the cracks as the person that passes off the camera to someone else. Also fading are the days when it is really worth it to pick up a one-time use camera.
I know there are those out there who are starting to understand… you just can’t continue to blame your bad shots on the $7 convenience you picked up at the drug store. I’m here to tell you – overcompensating with a $700 contraption you don’t know how to use isn’t going to help, even if you put it on full auto. Your friends and family are just going to expect magazine art out of you and start asking for favors like creating their lasting wedding memories.
Perhaps you’ve been surviving on the cell phone camera for awhile now, and you’re afraid to make the commitment to a stand alone digital. Understandable. You might vaguely remember what an F-stop is from some class you took in high school. You’re pretty sure Nikon isn’t a dress shoe, but you don’t know what an SLR is.
Still think you need that advanced camera with all the bells and whistles? There is a happy medium.
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