I love a good graph and this is a cool set of work done on Reuters Best Photos of 2012. Not only is it show some cool information, but shows who crowd sourced collaboration can lead to some cool results.
Reuters published the photos, then another user compiled all the EXIF (camera settings) data into a list. Another user then took that list and made the graphs. Great stuff, and I guess I need to upgrade my gear… 0:-)
Following up on the last post about how people use their DSLRs, here’s another video from Australia. Again, I’m not knocking people that take a lot of photos, I’m more knocking the fact that you can save a lot of money buying a great point and shoot. It’s more like, do your research people, buying a big fancy camera is not going to mean your photos automatically all look professional!
Great video and more for each “type” of amateur posted on the site.
Not that I have anything against people getting DSLRs, I just wonder why they would bother to buy such expensive equipment and then just always shoot in auto. It’s true, the tools don’t make the work, the craftsman does! Save yourself some cash and just buy an awesome point & shoot. (Unless you’re stupid rich and spoil your kids) They can actually take amazing photos too!