Buying an older Camera



We all get swept away with the constant feeling that we need the latest and greatest equipment, but do we? How often do we ask ourselves, what are we going to shoot? What equipment do I need? What will I be doing with the images?

Granted, we may find certain features a great help, buffer rate, ISO performance, etc....but most cameras produced in recent years are more than capable of satisfying the needs of most photographers, most of the time.

There are other factors of course, sadly with photography, image and prestige play a big part. If you were to turn up to photograph a wedding with a couple of Nikon D90s, it would not go down very well, as anyone remotely interested in photography, would make an instant judgement based on your equipment, but the real irony is that they are MORE than capable of producing jaw dropping images, providing that they are fitted with good lenses.

Creativity - Light - Lens - Camera..............The camera comes LAST!


The Implications of the Cyprus co-op deal
  So, the Cyprus Co-op (CCB) is no more! Years of bad management, reckless lending and illegal unenforceable loans brought Read more.
Tina by J.H. Lynch
A very familiar sight in homes throughout the UK in the 70s.  It was painted in 1961 then it went Read more.
New EU ‘superstate plan’
The foreign ministers of France and Germany have proposed creating a “European superstate” limiting the powers of individual members following Read more.
A trip to the beach
One the greatest pleasures I have when I visit Cyprus, is precious time with my daughter.  As she is now Read more.
Mitsero Murders – The timeline so far
  April 14: A naked and bound female body was found in a Mitsero mine shaft by two foreigners taking Read more.
The Evolution Of Photography
Photography! Who could have thought that we would now be able to take pictures through a digital camera and transfer Read more.
Logical Woman DESTROYS Feminists with FACTS
***SADLY THIS ACCOUNT HAS BEEN CLOSED - THAT'S A SURPRISE!" This is a real lady, in the true sense of Read more.
Four Looks, One Grey Background
If you work in a small studio and have only one colour background, which should you choose? Photographer Gavin Hoey Read more.

Follow Me