Jun 25, 2016759 views

Whats Your Favorite Camera And Best Image You've Taken With It

What's the camera you tote around on trips and whats the best image you've taken with it I think we'd all love to know :)
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Sigurd Brown, DJ KAZZANOVA, and 6 others
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I love my 5D Mark IV. I used to have a 600D and I don't want to be without my full frame anymore! My favorite? I can't decide at all!
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So, here's how well The X does with night-time lightning action;

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Great storms last night!

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so. I do a lot of different things with photography, so I have several different cameras. I've recently become very happy with my iPhone X, which has an incredible camera in there, and I've been making a project of seeing just what I can do with it;
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that yellow line soaring up and into the yellowing sky just kind of made me happy. I liked how the road surface even carried the yellow.... Had to get out of the car to take it, thank heaven nobody else was out on the road.
I'll have to pare down my DSLR photos, as I shoot RAW and all my files are too big!!!
But here's a bit of fun;
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"stating the obvious"
(no, no, the burnt house isn't fun... but the sign just seemed so....)
My first DSLR, a Nikon D3400. This is one of the very first images I took with it and I consider it one of the best I've taken with it in the nearly 6 months or so I've had it.
And yes, that is a Master Chief action figure. I have a soft spot for gaming memorabilia.
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Not my favorite picture ive taken but this one as with my old canon t6i and the 75-300mm telephoto lens.
Samsung Galaxy S7. I mostly take pictures of my various watches and post them in the What are you wearing threads at wus.com
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This is a picture I took in the Masalak business district of Istanbul. Believe it or not there's skyscrapers, a major university, and a upscale shopping mall looming over this. A final bit of wilderness left untouched, for however long that may be ;-)
W/ that said we all admire good photography, even if we only own a cellphone camera :-)
nikor afs 50mm 1:1.8g
I don't know if I have a favorite photo from any of the cameras I use or have used. I like each one in its way. But these are some that worked out pretty well from a couple of cameras:
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I did this one with my Canon T2i and a Tokina 11-16mm rectilinear. This is the camera I carry around most of the time.
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This was an aerial pano I did with its predecessor, my Canon A650IS point 'n shoot. At the time it was my daily carry, even though I had a 20D at home. I never really fell in love with the 20D, and despite the fact the A650 wouldn't shoot RAW it was a darned good camera at the time. (And about a quarter the weight of the 20D with any kind of lens. That mattered a lot for aerial work.)
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But if it has a way to gather photons and form an image, there's almost always a way to make a decent photograph with it. A couple of years back we were prepping this coating chamber at work, and all I had on hand was a first generation GoPro that lived in that room. (My fault for not having my daily carry on me at the time.) So that's what I used. Turns out it was the right one for the job.
Im with my good old canon 80d. One of my best photos is this - taken with Sigma 85mm f1.4 art [unbelievble sharpness].
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Mosh
love it! now I need to know the story behind this shot...zoo? wildlife safari? backyard pet?
Tyler
Haha it was taken in Australia. Check my instagram for more - moshiko ben giat Cheers :)
Olympus EM-1 with a 40-150mm f2.8 on a recent trip to Oahu.
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RAG1948
wow looks like a drawing, truly a work of art
Merida in the Yucatan. Shot as a multi-image pano on my new Sony RX100V. I have better cameras but I love the portability of this little gem.
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I am just starting out in photography. I currently shoot with my Sony Xperia X (F5121), but am looking to move up to the Sony a6000. My fave pics include landscapes and some macro images. I'd appreciate any critique on my images...
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Kenkaiff1980
Awesome images! The only "critiques" I could really give is that the focus is a little of in the purple flower picture and that you missed the peak of the sunset on the water image, besides that they are amazing.
TheSkeleton
The image with the purple flowers was meant to be focused on the water park across the lake more so than on the flowers, but I did catch some of the flowers further away. Sort of a "peeking" through the flowers. Thanks for the words of encouragement 👍
I've been using a Nikon D7000 for the last 4 years, but still use the prior D80 as a 2nd body option with alternate lens on trips. Before that I had a Coolpix 995, which I later had converted to infrared and still use for that. Each one of these was my favorite at the time when they were the main camera.
Here are a few I've taken with the D7000.
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BF_Hammer
Really like the image with the statues... Vince Lombardi?
Kenkaiff1980
Yes, the famous coaches statues at Lambeau Field. I thought I was going to shoot the sunset through the Lambeau Field Atrium glass, but I planted myself by the statues for 30 minutes instead.
I use a 5D mkii. The best photo I've taken so far is a landscape of a sunset in the mountains, I've also taken a few good ones of people skiing. The only good jpeg i have is this one.
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I need to upgrade my very old XTi. I would love a 5D Mark III, or something similar with excellent low light capabilities. I just have been working 50 - 65 hours a week the last few years, and since photography is just a hobby for me, I can't justify it right now.
NotAtHome
Have a look at a Sony a7Rii if you're looking for low light excellence. 5Ds are about the same price and more of a heavy duty pro camera with less of the light capturing performance of the a7Rii. Both great cameras.
Don't really have favorite pics, not even really a photographer. Mainly shoot macro shots or things in controlled lighting conditions. Sometimes mountains or outdoors shots, rarely people. I wish I had time to buckle down and really learn some more theory though. Most of the time I use aT5i+40mm lens.
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Sometimes I also use my awesome PrintScreen camera as well .... =P
livingspeedbump
witcher 3 ;)
GH4 & Video
I took this with an E-PM2 and 40/150 kit lens. I have the 12/40 pro but I am quite happy with how capable the stock kit lens is. I have also since upgraded to the EM5 MKII.
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kud0s69
what a cute monkey
My trusty dusty Nikon D40 is my go to. Two of my favorites.
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I shoot mostly for magazine, mostly with canon since 1ds MKII. I've try many of cameras but now the 5Dsr is the best for me(not mention the medium format). www.jittaratjintasirikul.com
I carry my 6D around and I'm super happy with it. One of favourite shots is this one:
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Steppschuh
Awesome click!!
I use a 30 year old polaroid SX-70
I love my Sony A57, but the Sony a7 was one heck of a camera to play with.
I carry my Sony A7 with me everywhere! It's so lightweight and sleek. Here are photos that I'm pretty proud of from a recent trip to California.
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AnthonyNguyen
How do you like the a7? It's the camera I wanted but couldn't afford. The nex6 has been great but I find myself wanting a full frame sometimes.
AlexPk
I love my A7! I previously had a Nikon D7000 (crop sensor) so this was huge upgrade for me. I'm able to do so much more because of the full frame sensor and the incredible features that come along with it. It is definitely worth the investment.
The Canon Rebel T4i: The little camera that could. Got it as a birthday present and loved it ever since.
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Ricoh GR! It's my all time favorite camera ever made. I always just leave it in my jacket pocket so I always have it on me.
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Matt.T
Great shots!
My current primary camera is a Leica M typ 240 digital Rangefinder camera. And it's easily my favorite camera so far.
Here's a picture I took recently that I am rather pleased with. It's a picture of the open kitchen at a local restaurant during my birthday dinner a month ago:
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nelson
You got mark zuckberberg to make you dinner? how cool
I have a Sony Nex 6 that I love. It's compact enough that I don't ever feel like I'm "lugging" something around and the picture quality is great. Only down side is Sony's special lens type that makes lens selection pretty limited. Fortunately a 15, 30, and 60 cover just about 90% of the situations I find myself in.
oh and I mostly just end up taking pictures of my pets.
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I take my Nikon F3 EVERYWHERE! It's literally in my bag right now. I don't have a best image with it yet though. Currently sitting on like ~15 rolls of film that need to be developed so hopefully there's one or two good ones in there!
MikeMD
I was going to say Nikon F3 HP. What I learned on. Not the best for specific things, but will do everything well, with tons of great glass available for it. Great for your standard available light photo.