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An Eye for it or Just Big Cameras: What Is More Important for Better Photography

Every time someone asks me, what camera do I use, I feel awkward. Asking a photographer what camera he uses is like asking a chef what utensils does he use to cook. 7 out 10 people, ask this question thinking good pictures are only a result of using a good camera. As someone who have been playing around with cameras for more than a decade, that is a myth. While it’s true that cameras play a role in the quality of an image there are a lot of other elements that are more important.
If you asked me what is my best shot ever, I would say the ones I didn’t! Good photographers have an eye for it. To get there, it takes some practice & learning.You might the most expensive of cameras but if you don’t understand how to compose a photograph taking into account the subject, colors & light, you are not likely to click a good photograph. Like someone once told me, it all starts with keeping your eyes open.

Watch this space for more blogs on photography.

 

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About Vimal Abraham (58 Articles)
I am Vimal Abraham. Thank you for visiting NinnySays. I am marketing professional who is known to rant about photography, travel, marketing (duh!) and about everything else that gets me thinking! I'm based in Chennai and I've previously lived in... opps! nowhere else! There are plenty of ways to reach me, dropping me a note at vimal.abraham@gmail.com is probably the easiest.

3 Comments on An Eye for it or Just Big Cameras: What Is More Important for Better Photography

  1. Aparna Venkat // March 24, 2012 at 2:54 am // Reply

    Super like!!

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  2. Good stuff vimal! Totally agree with your views 🙂

    Like

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