When you first walk into a camera shop, the selection can be overwhelming. Which ones do you look at? What features do you want? Should you consider a point and shoot, a D-SLR, or a mirrorless camera? Should you throw your hands up in despair and go home? No. Not to the last bit, anyway. There are a lot of cameras out there, but if you stop to consider what you really need the camera to do the selection quickly narrows down.
At some point in our lives, we’ve all been the subject of a poorly cropped photograph. The image, although almost perfect, left us with one less foot or hand. To prevent the loss of crucial parts of your images, we need to explore Aspect Ratio.
Remember when photography was just about knowing how your camera worked and which film to use for the right occasion? Ok–we all know it’s so much more than that! But now we’re throwing all sorts of new camera types into the mix–like a mirrorless camera–and it’s tough to keep them all straight…let alone know which one is right for you. Join us as we discuss both DSLR and mirrorless cameras and which is right for each type of photographer!