Visual Story Telling

Visual Story Telling

They say “A picture is worth a thousand words” so, any photographer who is seeing the world through his lens and capturing time, always aims to narrate a visual story. Photography is an art that involves a creative thinking process at the end of a photographer so that the things which otherwise go unnoticed come out as startling when represented visually through different angles or other composition techniques. Many people are always curious to know about the best camera to shoot pictures but as a photographer, I believe it’s not the camera but the mind which actually has a role to play. So, the camera which you have is the best one. Photos are composed in our minds and when the mind frame and the camera frame come in unison, a perfectly composed picture is produced. But in today’s age of technology and the pixel race cameras with better resolution and frame rates is always a preference for photographers. Digital imaging technology has moved far in terms of giving astonishing results when it comes to ISO and this reduction of noise in the photos to the minimum level has given the photography market cameras which can shoot on long exposures and low lighting conditions with very low or no noise at all. Lenses, on the other hand, play the most important role in photography, and shooting at different focal lengths with shallow to high depth of field adds a different dimension to your pictures. Ranging from wide-angle to telephoto, zoom to prime, and slow to fast the market is flooded with lenses and it’s always difficult to choose the best for your camera. Keeping all these things in mind budding photographers always have to deal with a dilemma with which camera and photography gear to buy and start with. I am sharing a range of cameras that every armature photography who has just found out his inner photographer starts with these cameras.


  • Canon EOS 80D (APS-C)
  • Canon EOS 77D (APS-C)
  • Canon EOS RP (Full Frame)


  • Nikon D5300 (APS-C)
  • Nikon D5600 (APS-C)
  • Nikon Z6 ( Full Frame)


  • Alpha 6600(APS-C)
  • Alpha 6400(APS-C)
  • Alpha 7M3 (full frame)


  • X-T3( APS-C)
  • X-T30(APS-C)

All the brands give you a varied range of options to choose from and are more or less different from each other. And here budget plays an important role so the (APS-C) cameras mentioned come in a budget of 60-70 k and (Full Frame) comes between 1.5- 2 lac. So choose your camera, compare it online with other brands on different parameters like sensor size, ISO, autofocusing speed, image stabilization, Fps, and buy the best one that suits your need and start clicking.

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