Cameras come and go. Technologies advance. Users become more sophisticated and in doing so the world is filled with endless makes and brands of camera equipment. After extensive research i've compiled a list of the best cameras ever produced on the planet.
There shall be no discussion or argument on the makes and models in this list...they are the best!
My validation is laid out below.
Back in the late seventies, i owned a Praktica 35 mm film camera with a wide angle, standard 50mm prime and short telephoto lenses. Regardless of the fact i didn't really have the money at the time to spend on film and processing, i shot thousands of photos with that camera, each one of them a masterpeice. It so happens this was the only camera i had at the time and happily spent it's days going everywhere with me....
A fun read . . . . I remember now my Paxette, Busch Pressman, and Pentax S1. The Paxette fell lens first on a railroad track. The Pentax shutter wore out. The Busch burned with my house in '85, replaced by a Horseman sold when I was out of work, now replaced by another Busch. My digital is Sigma DP2. All my best cameras . . . .lol.
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Ok, so i've been ill the last couple of days and unable to sleep with nasty coughing...basically too much down time on my hand.
Posting just for fun (Blatant ripoff). To Enjoy or Not...
TO CLICK, OR NOT TO CLIK, THAT IS THE QUESTION:
WHETHER 'TIS NOBLER IN THE MIND TO SUFFER
THE SLINGS AND ARROWS OF OUTRAGEOUS REJECTION,
OR TO TAKE ARMS AGAINST A SEA OF BAD PHOTOS,
AND BY OPPOSING END THEM: TO SUBMIT, TO PASS
NO MORE; AND BY A PASS, TO SAY WE END
THE HEART-ACHE, AND THE THOUSAND UNNATURAL SHOCKS
THAT REJECTION IS HEIR TO? 'TIS A CONSUMMATION
DEVOUTLY NOT TO BE WISHED. TO SUBMIT TO PASS,
TO SUBMIT, PERCHANCE TO DREAMSTIME; AYE, THERE'S THE RUB,
FOR IN THAT SUBMISSION OF PHOTO, WHAT DREAMS MAY COME,
WHEN WE HAVE SHUFFLED OFF THIS REJECTED PHOTO,
MUST GIVE US GLEE. THERE'S THE REJECT THAT...
Yes, you guessed it, yet another blog, article, chanting from yet another person on the internet in regards to the never ending quest for the ultimate solution to carrying gear. Another ranting from one who, as many others have declared, has a closet full of bags and who likes to carry too much gear...after all, you just never know when you need that one extra piece of equipment.
Yes, I've scoured the internet in search of ideas, recommendations and personal experiences on the issue.
Yes, I've done endless Google searches looking at camera bags trying to decide which one will work best for me.
Yes, I've read Ken Rockwells blog on the matter. Lately i find myself on the lookout for pros laughing at me. And,
Yes...I have a small selection of camera bags that I've amassed over the past couple of...
Ha ha ha. Shouldn't really be laughing (at you/with you) I'm just as guilty/bag-quipped. But I've got another to add to your eight - I have three Pelican cases for the times when gear has to go in the cargo hold. And yes, have frequently used the electric cart option; but not the bike. The boat, yes; but never the bike!
I direct todays ranting to newbies. Not long time, experienced professional photographers new to Dreamstime itself or seeking additional income in microstock. Or microstockers already successful at other sites and new to Dreamstime. Or super-talented, successful current Dreamstime microstockers...
Those who have a camera, or recently bought one and who have recently announced their presence in the community with a resounding capitalized "HELLO" and an excited message of their presense and entry into this world. Those who, as I, typed some fateful words into Google not so long ago.The same words that even successful microstockers with thousands of photos and sales likely themselves once typed. Words keyed and with search results, that when seen,...
So glad your blog was on the front page. I loved reading it, but I especially loved looking at your portfolio. Your images made me smile, I loved them. You are a great Photographer, never ever doubt that. :) Thanks so much for sharing!
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