The digital revolution

A while back, when on one of my photo walks in Copenhagen, I photographed this young lady with her camera. When I began editing the days harvest I noticed the other photographer in the background. That made the image so much more interesting. Owning a digital camera, was not so many so many years ago, an almost unattainable dream for ordinary people. It is now owned by most. I have noted, how the tourists, used to sport “point and shoot” cameras. Then moved to DSLR’s. Now most are using premium point and shoots, small mirror less cameras and smart phones. Digital photography has certainly opened undreamt of opportunities for photographers.  Camera Nikon D700
A while back, when on one of my photo walks in Copenhagen, I photographed this young lady with her camera. When I began editing the days harvest I noticed the other photographer in the background. That made the image so much more interesting. Owning a digital camera, was not so many years ago an almost unattainable dream for ordinary people. It is now owned by most. I have noted how the tourists used to sport “point and shoot” cameras, then moved to DSLR’s. Now most are using premium point and shoots, small mirror less cameras and smart phones.
Digital photography has certainly opened undreamt of opportunities for photographers.
Camera Nikon D700
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One thought on “The digital revolution

  1. John July 12, 2014 / 3:14 pm

    The second person makes the shot. As you say, digital has changed so much. Unfortunately with phone cameras and many small digitals with their tiny sensors, narrow depth of field is almost a thing of the past with the overwhelming move to P&S cameras.

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