It was interesting to read in the Courier Mail on Saturday February 25 a story on how more and more people are moving on from mobile phone photography and upscaling to bigger and more advanced DSLR’s. (see below).
Compact cameras under threat from advanced DSLRs as phone photographers upgrade
Jennifer Dudley-Nicholson, National technology editor, News Corp Australia Network
February 25, 2017 4:18am
THE SLOW death of the compact camera might be upon us but its killer is not the smartphone but bigger, better cameras.
As many as one in five Australian camera buyers are transitioning straight from phone photography straight into advanced digital SLR cameras, forcing manufacturers to issue new products and even abandon compact cameras before their release.
“What we see more and more are people skipping compact cameras and moving straight to a DSLR or a mirrorless camera — it makes up between 15 and 20 per cent of the market,” he said.
If you’re one of these people and don’t know how to use your newly-purchased camera you need the Photo Coach !
Lets get into it!
The latest Photo Coach workshop in progress.
One of the participants Su-Mei Lim on her first night.
The next workshop starts on May 10.
One on One
I’have been some personalised workshops this week.
Here’s Helen Stanley at Burleigh Heads learning some tips on landscape photography before heading off to New Zealand.