The storyteller's journey is your step-by-step guide to creating and capturing visual stories that are full of real passion and purpose.
Ready to upgrade your photography gear and skills? If you have already checked out our list of budget-friendly beginner DSLR cameras and are willing to spend a little more, then this list is for you.
Congratulations fellow photographer! If you’re here, you LOVE taking photos and you’re ready to take your skills to the next level by purchasing a great new digital camera.
As a professional photographer, I get asked this question almost daily. “What is the best camera out there? ” It makes sense to ask for advice on this topic. There’s not a simple answer because there are too many options, and all cameras out there today are made for different scenarios. No matter what your budget is, it can be very difficult to decide what camera is right for you. So why not ask a pro?
After sharing our insights on the differences between DSLR cameras and mirrorless cameras, we know there’s one other factor that comes up when deciding what kind of camera to buy. Both DSLR and mirrorless cameras have two sensor sizes.
The newest addition to the digital photography world is the Mirrorless Camera. Though still fairly new (and expensive) this new level of digital technology is exactly what pushes professionals to new creative heights.
D-S-L-R stands for Digital Single Lens Reflex. This is how it works: A DSLR camera has a series of mirrors inside the body of the camera that reflects the light coming through the lens into the viewfinder so you can see it.
Here at Live Wonderful, we feel that photography is not only about capturing beautiful photos, it's about enjoying the experience of the present moment and all that comes with bringing a visual story to life. We don’t believe you need tons of gear to get great shots.
Everyone is a photographer, especially in today’s fast-paced modern world where we have a camera in our pocket all the time. Smartphones are incredible pieces of technology and they keep getting better. Keep this in mind, because DSLR cameras are not for everyone.
Before you decide what camera to buy, I have 3 questions to ask you. Actually, I want you to ask yourself these questions. You may not know the answers yet, but you probably do have a general idea. Our goal is to be able to answer these questions with full confidence knowing you’re picking the right photography gear that’s perfect for you.