it started this morning with a plate of crepes in the morning light
I grabbed my "handy" camera (nikon coolpix s6300) and had mediocre results
then I pulled out my Dad's "special" camera (nikon d200) and got a stunner
|nikon coolpix s6300 results|
so later today, I took my project outside -
shooting the same things with the two different cameras
the differences are striking
|nikon d200 results|
but in defense of the handy little guy, I would never have gotten a picture like this:
(all of these were taken only because I had my pocket camera with me in my purse)
|(taken while on the anacortes ferry - this is Friday Harbor)|
|(taken while on my morning walk)|
|(taken from my car while sitting in the driveway)|
but it was "the beast" that got this great one from today's experiment:
my conclusion to this tale?
I'm glad I have two cameras to choose from
... and then I have some film cameras (also from my Dad) begging for me to give them a try ...
Hasselblad and a 1964 Nikon F
any advice, experience, etc.?