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Old 04-15-2017   #11
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Excellent! What work I have done with bounce light has been much more favorable than direct flash. My lens collection is not as fast (or as $$) as yours (since fast lens obviously cost $$), however my D5300 can take me to 5000ISO with almost no detectable noise... that has been a saving grace a multitude of times!!!

I have a budget monopod, I need to press it into service more often!

Thank you kindly for your technical response, I hope to grow & learn and feel you have made a generous contribution.

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Old 04-15-2017   #12
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In the past 5 years, I've paid less than $1,000 each of the cameras that I use professionally. Lenses, I almost never buy new. Save, and pay cash for your gear. I don't think I've used a credit card for gear in over 20 years, and when I did, it was paid off quickly. One of the worst mistakes photographers make is financing their photo business. Be patient. Save. Save. Buy what you NEED, and not what you want.

You are doing well by using a high quality non-pro camera, and not wasting your money on gear that you don't need. Cameras from several years ago (Nikon D700, D7100, etc) are very capable cameras for the vast majority of jobs out there. Many of the bells and whistles on newer models are not needed. It wasn't that long ago that crop sensor cameras with ISO limits of 1,000 were adored by professional photographers. Just like that amazing car we bought 5 years ago, and now we lust after a newer cash waster.

And don't buy into the myth that better gear will necessarily make you a better photographer.
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All pics are awesome and I want to know which type of camera was used for these beautiful pictures, I also want to use this type of camera. Mostly I love to take the wedding photographs and I want to become a best photographer.


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Old 05-23-2017   #14
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I am awaiting your response, I want to know which type of camera is used for these photographs, please tell me and I am sure it will be helpful for me.
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Old 05-23-2017   #15
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I used a Nikon D7100 and a D700.
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Great event photos.
I'm sure your client will be pleased.
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Old 05-24-2017   #17
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I am running a Nikon D5300 and I am thrilled with the quality of pictures it takes.

See here for some example family pictures I took for a client:
Puneet 4-9-2017 - Free online photo gallery at PhotoCamel.com

Good luck,
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