What’s the best camera? Some would say it’s the camera you have with you. I suppose that’s true, unless you have two cameras with you. Then you have to make a choice. I know what mine is.
This photo blog used to be filled with photos taken on my iPhone exclusively. That all changed when I decided to take photography more seriously and purchased the Sony a6000. For months now, if I’m going to be somewhere that a photo opportunity is likely to exist, I’ve got the a6000 with me… and the iPhone stays in my pocket. You don’t need a great camera to take a great photo, but in my opinion, if you have the eye for a great photo, you might as well take it with a camera that can bring out as much of the scene as possible. That’s my current choice. I reserve the right to change my mind. 🙂
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