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Hi everyone, I would like to get advice from a professional photographer, if possible, about what is the best DSLR camera to use in your experience, which one should I buy for selling images through Alamy? I plan to take snapshots of still imagery (I believe that is what is called), in other words, only for still shots. I want to get different views on how you guys utilize various cameras, so that then I can weigh in the best possible answer. Thank you :)
At the weekend I experimented with shooting a couple of sports events with my Fuji X-T1 and 55-200mm. The archery was OK but I did not have the reach (I did not have accreditation to go inside the competition area) but was poor to hopeless shooting powerboats. I used the morning practice sessions for just, to try the Fuji with the 55-200mm and with a MF Tamron 300mm f2.8 (and 1.4x & 2x converters). The latter works but I would have to work on my manual focus technique again, it also has significant purple fringing around highlights - a lot of that in the spray of powerboating. So it c
I would like to submit, to the main Alamy Stock site, some images shot and processed in the Stockimoto style using regular cameras and Photoshop . But the images, heavily altered in Photoshop, would probably fail Alamy QC. I understand the reasoning for a separate Stockimoto Brand, and I understand the reason for high quality for most Alamy Brand images. However I think the Alamy Brand may be missing an opportunity on some hot style images, with the present QC situation.
If you don't believe the dslr is obsolescent even for professional use and will become a niche product like view cameras, medium format, film ... Think about this piece at Fuji Rumors