WHO IS THIS GUY?
I have been involved in photography since elementary school, and as circumstances have changed, so has my use of photography professionally or privately. As a boy, I started with my father’s Praktica LLC and later switched to semi-automatic Nikon EM.
Just before the digital boom, the Canon EOS 300V was in my hands so there started my first professional application of photography. I marked the entry into the digital era of photography with the Canon 350D, and, somewhat earlier, with Sony’s DCR VX 9000E camcorder. As for the video, I later used a whole series of Sony camcorders, the latest being the HVR Z1E. I focus my current work using Nikon accessories. Depending on customer needs, I work with Nikon D7000 (DX) and D750 (FX) cameras. In post-production, I mostly use Adobe tools Lightroom, Photoshop, Premiere Pro, After Effects, but we are not strangers to other programs like Capture One Pro, Lightworks, Edius, etc.
Photography means so much more than the default style course used by many photographers today, and behind that is probably the fear of experimentation. Photography was created as an experiment and many of the innovations in today’s photography are the product of continuous flirting with the “unknown” but realistically possible only as yet unfinished possibilities of the game of light. Every opportunity and circumstance indeed requires one specific approach, but that does not mean that within it one cannot play stylistically with subjects, objects, and light. A photo does not necessarily mean an exact reflection of what we want to show. Styling can achieve a lot in conjunction with the specific characteristics of the object, that is, the subject we are photographing. Again, this does not mean photocopying is unrecognizable, because much can be achieved with good light and a quality lens. Ignore how many cameras have pixels, they are essential all the same, they have the same function because, what distinguishes them most are the photographer, the lens and the way he uses it.
If you ask me what is the best camera, I’ll always give you the same answer – The one you have with/on you.