Too advanced and sophistic to shoot even a bearly OK picture.
Wow, 5D Mark III. Nice!
I had the same experience when I shot my first pictures with my DSLR. I even doubted about the quality of the camera.
But I learned from a photography book that “as matter of fact, your photos will get worse when you venture away from your DSLR’s Auto mode…… It takes time to learn how to use your DSLR fully and develop as a photographer. Don’t give up. Your photos will get better with practice!” 🙂
Well said, thanks!
To be honest, I am not there yet to use a high end camera like the 5D Mark III. Playing more with my simpler DSLR is surely a more realistic choice. And that is why I gave the camera back to the store and told them the truth.
What model is your current Canon DSLR?
A 4 plus years old Canon Rebel Xsi
Although it’s an old model and have some limits, it still delivers a good performance.
A simple DSLR with less overwhelming features might be a good choice for us photography beginners. After we know how to use our simple DSLR fully, we then move on to a high-end one. At that time, it would be much easier for us to appreciate those advanced features and shoot even better photos.
Totally agree, and happy photographing to you too!
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