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  • Hey guys, I think we have to change today's topic. It's another one

  • lots of beginners wants to know which camera to buy and what lens to use

  • Let's do a video on that now. Let's change today's okay. We'll do this one

  • another day. Set it up. Lets do that.

  • Apparently 300 hours of content is being uploaded onto YouTube every minute.

  • A large chunk of it is on photography. In spite of all that the maximum amount of

  • question that come up is about which camera to buy and which lens to use. Well

  • if so much of content in the YouTube cannot solve it then I don't think I can

  • solve it but yet let me make an attempt. We live in this digital age like I said

  • and we are spoiled for choices which is a prime reason why we all get confused

  • in while making a decision because there are so many options in front of you. When

  • I started out way back in the early 80s, well obviously there were not YouTube,

  • there was it was not digital at all and we did not have so many choices. I'm sure

  • all those people who kind of went into buying cameras during those days will

  • agree that the most common purchase was a body and one lens which usually is a

  • 50mm. I started out like that I had one body and one 50mm lens. I used

  • to do wedding photography that was that's how I started out my career in

  • photography. We would cover the function, we will do group shots, we will do

  • close-ups everything using a 50mm lens and one body,

  • well of course on a film so I had no options of changing formats and cropping

  • into the sensor etc. Well everyone including the photographer

  • and the client all were happy people those days. Let me say start with the

  • crop sensor camera. Resolution doesn't matter buy whatever that is that suits

  • your pocket. Okay. It can be 16, 18, 20, 24 whatever, buy it. It is good enough for

  • most of your purposes. We live in an age where images from a mobile phone can be

  • used in a huge billboard. So you should not really worry if your camera is an

  • entry-level camera or top-of-the-line crop sensor camera. In a crop sensor camera

  • what is really failing you is the kit lens. Well it is made for a price.

  • No manufacturer under the Sun can give you great optical quality to match the best

  • lenses at a kit lens price. So first thing if you want to take better

  • pictures keep the kit lens away or trade in for

  • another lens and which is that lens I would argue that lens should be 50 mm or

  • thereabouts. So anything from a 40mm to a 60 mm equivalent in a crop sensor camera

  • should be what you should buy but if I have to pick one lens and that one lens

  • which according to me is a magic lens, it is not really a popular lens by the way

  • let me admit but I think is extremely useful and extremely underestimated.

  • So let's get out onto a shoot and see it for ourselves how that lens behaves in

  • various situations. So what we are trying to do today is to catch some candid

  • moments possible, some close-ups using the camera that we are going to discuss

  • and so for which I am actually going into my own apartment

  • cuz a lot of things happen in the evening or children come out to play

  • people go out for a walk and all that it's almost like walking into an unknown

  • territory because every day there is something new happening. Well my boss

  • used to say let's play it by the year that's exactly what you are planning to

  • do today let's play by the year and of course what I like beautiful

  • what you do is on one two three just jump out of the water

  • okay you count yourself and come out

  • hey thank you bye-bye. Thank you. People know Pixel Viilage by the way

  • ah let's look for a nice close-up this time.

  • Hey, how are you? Hey we are doing a video, can I take a close-up of you?

  • So we got a nice candid shot, we got a close-up and now I need to look for that

  • one special shot which only this first lens can do

  • yes oh yeah I found the stuff

  • can someone pass me the my son's a small toy wait so let me place it here.

  • Wow, nice so we got that short too. I think we should head back to the studio and then

  • sum it up there. Yes I know your question still remains the same which camera

  • which lens. Well the camera we used for the shoot and the image is set to use

  • so now are from crop sensor camera from Nikon called the D5600. The difference

  • was the lens that we chose to use this is the Nikkor or 40mm f/2.8 G which also is

  • a micro lens. The difference is it's a block lens. 40mm effectively acts like a

  • 60 mm. It still is considered to be a standard lens so this is one camera a

  • crop sensor camera with a standard lens and you saw how we shot a reasonably

  • good wide candid shot a good close-up and a micro shot, why, because this also

  • offers micro.

  • The biggest contributor according to me is the lens, you instantly gained one

  • stop and you're gonna stay with that maximum openable aperture of 2.8 very

  • unlike the kit lens aperture options. The quality of the optics again is a notch

  • higher. Well more than anything you will also become a little more disciplined in

  • your photography you'll start using your legs instead of zooming in and zooming

  • out. I remember reading at the legendary

  • photographer Ernt Haas saying "The best zoom are your legs" well I think that's

  • what we did during this shoot whenever we needed a wide angle we moved away

  • from the subject whenever we needed the close-up we walked close to the subject

  • and of course you now have to shoot a macro let me give you one more example.

  • The greatest photographer the world has seen Henri Cartier-Bresson walked all

  • across the globe with just a camera and us in the lens. Well if you read about

  • him you will know how he worked with just one camera and probably he had many

  • cameras, but he used to work with one lens and his pictures are still

  • considered to be classics. We need to learn from people like that instead of

  • worrying about which lens to use and which camera to use. Ha, before I forget

  • well I know that you will still have this question what if I am a Canon user

  • or a Sony user or a Fuji user. Yes, you may not get a macro lens in that range

  • but you will get similar focal lengths the Canon user can buy the 40 mm pancake

  • the Sony user has a 30 mm and I think Fuji also has a lens in that same range

  • so don't worry if you're a cop sensor user you are no way inferior to any

  • other photographer. Get that great quality optics which is in your budget

  • and build that discipline and get those shots. Bye for now

  • Hope that'll help people and not confuse them yeah ha

  • Does it look like lots of questions about basics in photography. Guys let's

  • get ready for some basic lessons in photography

  • back to basics

Hey guys, I think we have to change today's topic. It's another one

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買什麼相機,用什麼鏡頭?最常被問到的問題。 (Which Camera to Buy and What Lens to use? The most frequently asked question.)

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    Henry 楊 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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