“The best camera is the one that’s with you.”
~ Chase Jarvis
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I’ve said this before, and I want to say it again, I am by no stretch of the imagination a professional. Nor am I a great photographer. What I am is a woman who loves making pictures and enjoys the creative aspect of it. I do want to learn more about the technical side and I will, just as soon as my life settles back into some semblance of a routine.
In the meantime, I’ll continue to learn through trial and error, asking questions, reading tutorials, and studying the work of the people I admire and respect.
But I do want to share a bit of information about the camera I use, especially since I’ve started receiving questions…
I am now and will forever be a Nikon Girl. At one of the libraries where I worked in Pennsylvania, we were allowed to check out DSLRs for the weekend, so I took home a Nikon and a couple of other brands to see which felt most comfortable to me. And everything about the Nikon just felt right.
I use a Nikon D850 and I absolutely positively love her. Yes, I refer to my camera as a girl. I’ve had her for almost three years now. Hands down the best gift I’ve ever received from The Hubs. My very first camera was a GE Power Pro X500.