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Sometimes a cheap point-and-shoot is more than sufficient for all the travel photos you want to take.
Sometimes, in the right lighting, it can take great photos:
or a simple glitch can create interesting results:
Other times….. not so much.
I certainly want to practice my photography skills, but I can’t just ignore the fact that the tools I use for the job make a difference to the results.
But sometimes the best of the best really isn’t what I need…. can you imagine trying to record a motorcycle ride with a top-of-the-line DSLR? I don’t mean taking occasional photos when you’re off the bike, I mean recording the ride itself.
Well, maybe you can, but like one of my readers said: the best camera to take is the one you’ll use, and there is some gear that I just can’t see myself using for the purpose.
Nah. I have better cameras to work with than I did when I took those photos, now I just need to get out and practice and see just how much of a difference the tool really makes. And maybe some day I can go back to The House on the Rock with a camera that holds up a little better to the lighting….
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