Photography truly is an intriguing profession; what the eye of a photographer can catch through the lens, the eye of an ordinary human would neglect big time. And besides that, the photographer knows exactly what colour and aspect of his subject should be accentuated and which one should be shaded and blurred for creating a breathtaking photo.
And while having an eye for photography is essential, having the right photographic equipment is even more important; taking a photo with a smartphone camera and with a professional camera is definitely not the same thing. As a photographer, I’m amazed by the fact how fast things in this world change: you simply can’t keep track of all the new gadgets and improvements in photography equipment that hit the market daily! Here’s a short summary on the most important ones.
Advancements in DSLR Technology
Sure a big-as-possible full-frame sensor is going to remain a goal in the development of photographic equipment, but what’s in the focus of the demand right now is the speed and improvements in image processing. This particular feature (and very asked for I may say) involves pushing full resolution captures and adding editing frames in the camera. How good is that?
Inferred Camera Conversion
Until now, photographers were making a near-inferred images with the help of a computer editing software. Today, these old digital cameras are converted into dedicated inferred cameras with a special technique that will cost you about $100-$500, depending on the camera model you wish to convert.
Lenses With Super Zoom
Every photographer knows how heavy lenses are and each one of them would give everything to lower that burden in the camera bag. The advancement in this area is the transformation of the ultra-wide zoom range into a high-quality lens, so that you have it all in one and not bother to carry so much heavy load on your back. And just imagine, you get to have the same, even higher quality of your photograph. Perfect.
Wireless Linking Advancements
Now this is my personal favourite; as someone who loves promoting his photos on social media and having quick access to the computer, this is the real deal. This advancement allows you to upload your photos to your smartphone or your computer as soon as you shoot them. This is also very convenient for commercial photographers who work on-site and need to get approval ASAP. Combine that feature with services like Dropbox for example, and you can transfer very large, high-resolution images and video files to anyone, anywhere.