You’ve probably heard of the old adage, “the clothes make the man.” It means that you can infer a lot about someone’s character by their choice of clothing. We’re visual people after all. Appearances play an instrumental part in determining value judgments throughout the many aspects of everyday life. What if we were to apply this same notion to our beloved cameras? Does this mean that cameras make the photographer? Check out this fun infographic from Australia-based retailer Ted’s Cameras after the jump to see what your choice in camera(s) says about you as a photographer.
There are a ton of options available on the market today when it comes to cameras. One thing that we’ve come to realize having reviewed a ton of different cameras during the past decade is that there’s no such thing as the perfect camera: only the right camera for the job. We’re living in an age where basically everyone has a camera within their reach at all times. Using the proper equipment plays an important role in setting you apart from the other amateur shutterbugs out there. Whether you’re shooting with a Full Frame DSLR, a disposable camera, or something in between, your choice in camera reflects quite a bit about the kind of photographer you are. Ready for a laugh? Let’s dive into this infographic.
Are you one of the cool kids still shooting with a Twin Lens Reflex camera? Maybe a point and shoot is all the camera you’ll ever need. Or perhaps you’re one of the folks that spent more than you should’ve on a Full Frame camera only to cut off people’s feet when taking group photos? Obviously, this infographic was created in jest. Do you agree with the assessments included in it? If not, what would you add to the list? We’d love to hear what you think.
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