Cameras, The Right Angle, And Camera Cameras

1303 WordsOct 10, 20166 Pages
Cameras are to photographers as paints and brushers are to painters. With the right angle, lighting, and composition, a photographer can turn a simple scene into a work of art. Cameras capture moments that would otherwise be lost, and allows them to be saved and shared. They create photos which reveal how beautiful life is; they tell a wordless story. Each photographer has their own favorites, own style, and own experiences which call for certain types of cameras. The most popular cameras are Point-and-Shoot, DSLR, and SLR. The Point-and-Shoot is the simplest of all the cameras. You just point the camera, and shoot the photo. Most use focus free lenses or autofocus for focusing, automatic systems for setting the exposure options, and have flash units built in. They are popular with people who do not consider themselves photographers and just need a camera to document special events or other daily things they want to remember or deem as photo worthy. Point-and-Shoot cameras have several physical pros. They are very compact, so they’re very easy to just slip into one’s pocket and carry anywhere. They are light weight and don’t require any excess accessories such as bags or tripods to carry it around. They all come with fixed lenses, so you don’t have to worry about changing lenses. They have a massive depth of field which means that typically can’t separate foreground from background, bringing everything in focus and making the entire scene look sharp. And, they are the
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