Ed Rooney Posted July 27, 2013 Share Posted July 27, 2013 My street is a tourist hub—Mulberry Street in Little Italy here in New York. It was a lovely, mild summer day today and I was out walking around and noticing our visiting tourists snapping pictures. Many were using their cell phones and some their iPads. (That's an odd thing to behold.) These people are, in the oldest tradition, capturing themselves on their holiday. They don't see lighting; they don't know how to make a snap look in the least bit interesting; they don't know anything. But they're harmless. The next very large group are carrying DSLR's, big heavy things with big heavy zoom lenses. They look as if they think they know what they're doing, but most don't. A small group of these people with DSLR's do seem to know how to take a picture. Hmm. What I have yet to see (not so far), except for a few, are people carrying the newest light small pro cameras, like my NEX and the like. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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