June 29, 2009 12:52pm CST
i really wanted to take pictures of natures art and every life's moment and i wanted it to be perfect. i'm planning to buy one but i don't know what brand or feature to look at to. Can anybody suggest me a good digital camera with good features?
30 Jun 09
well it really depends on the user what type of camera he should use. there are so many digital cameras nowadays that it is not really that difficult to choose which is good. it also depends on if you are more of an experienced photographer or still an amateur. also, what type of digital camera do you want? are you okay with point and shoot cameras or do you want a dslr? :)
30 Jun 09
if i'm not mistaken, you want a dslr camera (digital single lens reflex camera). it's ok to use them just make sure you know how to. it is advisable that you try to read about digital photography and the camera itself before using. since dslr cameras are really expensive, make sure that you really are going to maximize the camera's features and take care of it really well. but to tell you the truth, taking good pictures is not really about the camera. you can use a wonderful camera but if you don't know how to use it, then it would be a waste. then again even if you're just using an ordinary digital camera but you have an eye for good composition, then what camera you use doesn't matter. :)
• United States
6 Jul 09
If you have never had a camera then I suggest you get a point and shoot camera to start off with. I have always had Kodaks but Canon makes great point and shoot cameras too. These cameras are automatic and have a few settings like for taking pictures of landscapes, close ups etc. It will be great practice when it comes to composition of your shots, experimenting with different angels, etc. Then you could move on to a digital SLR camera which will allows you to use different types of lenses, be able to shoot in most conditions and has many more features than a point and shoot. But you would definitely want to read about how to use one of these and learn more about the techinical aspects such as film speed, aperture, shutter speed, white balance, etc. That is what I did. I had a point and shoot for many years and learned a lot about composing shots. Then I moved onto a more advanced camera and I love it. The best way to learn though it to practice, practice, practice.