New technology for corporate and conference photographers Edinburgh, Scotland.
Today I am going to talk about the importance of new technology, particularly for cameras and how they have evolved at a rapid rate, especially the last 5 to 10 years. This new technology can enable us to work faster, more creatively and offer more for our clients. I am going to start by telling you the gear I use, as this blogs pertains mainly to Canon R gear, although I often use Nikon for infrared work and also Lumix and Fuji as back-up cameras. First of all I would like to begin by looking at the single most important breakthrough for event photographers in Edinburgh, Glasgow and Scotland. In my opinion, the ability of new cameras, particularly mirrorless Canon R models, to operate in low light has changed dramatically in the last 5 years or so. The Canon R6 is a fantastic addition to the conference photographer Scotland, it allows all kinds of scope to work without flash. Of course there are times when a bit of flash will give us that bit extra for some of our images but overall event and corporate photographers in Glasgow and Edinburgh, should avoid it where possible and you may even be restricted at certain events. As an example the attached photo provides an example of working in very low light, although this photo was taken outdoors it was dark and pouring of rain, but my Canon gear coped very well. Colin Wright Photography, Edinburgh and Glasgow corporate and event photographer | Music and Theatre Photography
So here is my list of technological advances in the last 5 years for what it is worth.
10 best technological advances for cameras:
1. Ability to perform brilliantly in low light.
2. Smaller and lighter than ever, without losing the quality.
3. Eye detection is excellent in some of the new models.
4. Image stabilisation is now incorporated into some camera bodies as well as lenses and it is much improved from the earlier attempts.
5. Mirrorless lenses have been introduced, with the same quality as the previous DSLR without the weight.
6. The phone cameras can =now be used as a back-up, or at least as a means of checking exposure, light etc. They really are that good, check out the new Iphone 15 camera. iPhone - Apple (UK)
7. Most cameras now have dual recording, to help avoid any disasters if one card breaks.
8. You can back up the photos onto your phone and edit right away to provide immediate results for your event photography client in Scotland.
9. The viewing screens are excellent resolution and quality.
10. You can now edit your images even faster on camera before downloading the images.
So everyone, hope that helps, so get out there snapping with your new wonderful gear.
Until next time.
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Corporate event and conference photographer Edinburgh, Glasgow, Scotland
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