Happy New Year for 2014!
I’m very excited about 2014 and where my Photography could take me this year…
Do you know what you want to do with your photography in 2014, what do you want to achieve this year?
I may have said this before:) But I think photography is a journey and I think you constantly evolve and learn as a photographer, whether that’s the equipment you use or the subjects that you’re shooting…
So this year with that in mind I want to push my bounderies and try things I’ve never done before, and of course I will share them all here with you!
What have I got so far…
Shooting wise, I’m off on a London Photowalk next weekend, it’s the first one of this type that I’ve been on so I’m really looking forward to it, and the new friends that I’ll meet.
And I’ll be shooting the 5 day Giant Spectacular ‘Memories of August 1914’ in Liverpool in July, it’s part of the commemorative events for the centenary of the start of World War 1. I think it’ll be a very poignant and moving event, but one I’m really looking forward to.
And then we come to gear,
I want to totally challenge myself this year. Photographers love gear and trying out new stuff and I’m no exception. And I think at times it can be confusing for someone new to the world of ‘cameras with interchangeable lenses’ to know what they all do, more so now we have more choice than ever before. As you know I shoot with a Canon 600D at the moment otherwise known as a DSLR camera. But now there are also CSC or Mirrorless cameras.
So I’m going to look at, and explain the differences between DSLR’s and CSC – compact system cameras or Mirrorless cameras, what they do, and look at which are the best ones to buy.
And hopefully get to test out a CSC camera. Again I can’t wait to share what I find.
And that’s just for starters!
So that’s some of the reasons why I’m looking forward to 2014.
But now it’s over to you – What do you want to get out of your Photography in 2014….. let me know in the comments below!