The future of photography
In Ye Olde days of film cameras, the only things that have changed in technology were the quality of the lens and the mechanics of the camera itself, the shutter, the exposure system, speed, etc. The recording medium Or emulsion) did not really change too much time, especially toward the end, not when compared to digital and its rapid progress.
They tried to miniaturize the cameras with the 110 range and Kodak cameras terrible disk, but they did not take anything or exceeded. Compare this with mobile phones with cameras now.
Things were easy, though I did not know it at the time.
You could have an SLR shoot Fujichrome Velvia ultraprofessionnelle and has been set up for years. If the quality of the slide or movie has changed, just use it … there is no need to update the camera.
How different are things now and where does it end? When will we see the introduction of cameras with interchangeable and scalable sensors? Of course, this goes against the costs of research and development, and need to recover, but someone will do it one day, remember my words!
After all, the Red One video system (Drooool) is simply a box of bolus goodies (even if incredible and expensive) that is completely obvious, every component is scalable, so the DSLR continues?
Recently, I was wondering, well, not literally, but rather it would make me crazy, but I thought of being photography … photography as we know it now. Is my career safe? In which I worked for more than 25 years? The transition to digital film technology was too great for many “dead” movie photographers who fell on the road to development in the business world.
Is it still possible for newcomers to hobby / profession (and there are a few, I think) to make a living in photography?
Technology is still evolving at an alarming rate and new features and inventions that make our lives easier appear all the time, these capabilities can make a career in photography affordable to everyone?
Camera resolution and high quality
Watch live DSLR
HDR (High Dynamic Range) to facilitate high-contrast situations and situations
Excellent quality at high ISO
Fast shutters and excellent focusing systems that capture all the action
High definition video shoot 60 x 12 MP (5D equivalent) fps
All of the above becomes affordable for the masses
Will wedding photographers need 5 to 10 years?
Should I start thinking more about video and its possibilities as we enter and deepen the era of high definition and digital high definition?
What about the stock photography? Someday we go to magazines and newspapers from a thin paper that show moving images instead of still images?
So will there be room and opportunity for more “professional photographers” in the future?
Of course! After all, everyone in the 18th century could afford a brush, but not all who could “Master”!
Even with all this technology coupled with the fact that DSLR sales growing at an incomprehensible pace, there are still factors needed to create a good image, not only the ability to aim your camera “Canonympusikontron Mark MCMLXXXVIII” and hoping better:
The ability and patience to learn the basics of photography
The patience to wait for nature is perfect or the perfect light for this beautiful landscape
Take the time to learn Photoshop, Lightroom or any digital imaging program, almost a prerequisite these days, I’m afraid!
The ability, professionalism and charm to acquire, understand and take advantage of the couple’s needs at a wedding
Take the time to understand light and composition and how it affects all the photos we take
Learn to market and promote yourself first and then reinvent yourself constantly to keep a successful business
I remember talking to my wife a few years ago about music. I told him I thought the music would attack some kind of bottle-wrapping, or a change of direction and start turning around on himself. I may be completely wrong, but how can I go to music?