The best camera you can buy is the one you have with you. So often, that translates into a light-weight/multi-functional device - i.e. a smartphone camera. And smartphone cameras are improving every year - especially on the software end of the equation. With dual-lense cameras, you're able to get DSLR-like results from a 200g phone. However, we're not quite...Read More
So how’s the first week of daylight saving time treating you? I have to admit, it’s kicking my ass this time around. I’m not getting accustom to the time change at all. But it brings to mind something salient to photography. With less available light, and more hours of darkness throughout the season...Read More
Dedicated camera equipment (SLRs, point-and-shoot, etc…) do have their place. So here are some of the applications in which a phone will usually let you down…Read More
Gear Acquisition Syndrome (or GAS for short) has been afflicting the photography community since its inception, and today, with the dominance of digital photography, it’s only getting worse.Read More
A former Google executive posted a couple of photos of his kids on his Facebook page with some...Read More
Last week, I was asked to photograph an object in the spur-of-the-moment. Well… to be honest, I had forgotten that I had committed to making this photograph and when the day arrived, I had nothing but my smartphone with me...Read More
I wanted to save you some time and effort (and hopefully some money too) by cutting to the chase and recommending the best camera you can buy.
The best camera you can buy is:Read More