“ I always thought good photos were like good jokes. If you have to explain it, it just isn’t that good. – Anonymous
I have been doing photography for the past 5 years, I consider my self a beginner in its vast world. Yet I cannot recall the countless times that I hear my photo friends comparing camera brands and makes (classically nikon vs canon). Or new photographers ask me , why do you use a Nikon?
My Simple Answer is , I use a Nikon camera because I bought a Nikon camera. As simple as that, then arguments come with how few additional MegaPixels can make one better than the other. I find these arguements to be endless and aimless by most of the photo enthutiasts.
What I have learned in my short 5 years is that camera brand doesn't matter. For beginners in terms of buying an SLR camera, whatever brand you pick it will be 100% the right choice and you can never go wrong. New SLR cameras are really excellent and of high quality. They produce photo quality that will never fail to impress you or your friends. It's you (the photographer) who make the difference between a good photo and a bad one. Don't get caught in brand and make fights.
People have different tastes and that what makes one prefere one against the other. Instead of researching brands, spend the time researching about PHOTOGRAPHY.
And remember, camera is the tool and you are the artist, you the photographer is the one to feel the scene or the moment to capture.
Your comments and arguments are welcomed :)