{One shoot}

I always liked to take pics more then to be photographed. In this last year I took a lot of photos and not only during trips, sdome of the goods more of them orrible.
I have my camera always in my bag!
Now I’m thinking to buy a new camera. I have already a good camera. It was my brother’s camera when he begun to photograp few years ago, then when he bought his first professional camera he decided it was, time for me to start taking pics with a better camera. So he gave it to me and it’s the only one I use at the moment…

I think it’s time for me to move on and find a new camera. I like the Canon Eos450D a good relation between price and quality and for starting it’s even too much!

I like to see photographer’s web sites where I find always beautiful pics that make me think that yes, you can have a fantastic camera, but it’s not the machine that makes the photo, it’s your eye and your soul that make a picture in a fantastic live pic. Don’t you think?

It’s like to cook. You can have the best ingredient you can find in the market but if you don’t use your heart for cooking you will have good food but nothing moreand the same it’s for a pohotographer.



Understand what I mean?

In all the things there MUST be a good relation between technique and soul, freedom to make mistakes, learn from them. What do you say?
  • I completely agree...the photographer must see with the eyes of his/her soul.

  • You're so right Gaia!! Until May this year I used a 1970s Minolta film camera and I still managed to take some lovely photos! I'm very grateful I used that camera and really learnt good techniques before getting the good camera I've got now (and which I'd highly recommend - Canon 40d!!)

    Saskia xx

    PS Go for it and buy a Holga!! Mine was cheap from Ebay - about £18!

  • I so agree!!! Ive seen bad photos taken with great cameras & killer photos taken with little cheap ones. Its the soul of the eye that brings out the artistry.
    By the way Im just like you. I take photos. I rarely appear in them.
    Stay cool!!!