This is not the first time this has happened with cameras. The tail end of the film SLR era looked a lot like we’re seeing today. Indeed, everyone jumped into digital from film because they all saw the market completely resetting and they all wanted a share of that predicted-to-be-rapidly-expanding growth. For awhile, all was well, as the growth was strong and dramatic for over a decade.
A friend asked the following question in a recent email exchange about the camera industry. Have you switched over to mirrorless yet? I remember you talking about it a bit ago. I’ve not decided on mirrorless but I’m itching to. The issue right now is one of switching costs. I’ve not invested in too many…Continue Reading
There are still some challenges that could keep you going back to your old computer from time to time just to get things done. If you are looking to put off a computer upgrade a little longer, or leave your personal computer days behind you all together, then the following tips to get over some…Continue Reading
This can represents the first time someone has ever paid me for a photography lesson. It's also the first time I've ever been paid with food. I spent 30 minutes of my lunch hour last week teaching the pizzeria owner's wife how to use her new Canon DSLR. Published via PressgramContinue Reading