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‘Great Photos! You Must Have a Great Camera!'

9 monthes ago   |   By Peta Pixel

“Great photos! You must have a great camera!” If you take your craft seriously, the odds of having heard these words are quite high. Audiences associate good images with great cameras, and for the longest time this accusation has bothered photographers who felt their skills were downplayed. But the interesting bit is that we're walking towards making the “great cameras = great photos” equation true! And they fit in your pocket.
Speaking of great cameras, here's an Arri Alexa with a cinema prime!
Before I started for real with photography and cinematography - more than ten years ago - I...
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