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Blast from the past! The Rebel G was my first camera, bought brand new in 1999. In my youthful ignorance, I hadn't realized that my high school's photography program was inordinately indulgent, recklessly and irresponsibly so, with an equipment list consisting of ridiculously high-end gear, available year-round, with free unlimited film, paper, and darkroom access. I was completely spoiled for choice. Once I finally graduated and decided to buy the same 35mm, medium format, and large format cameras that I'd become intimately familiar with, shooting every day for years, I nearly had a stroke at the local camera shop to discover that the cameras I'd casually been tossing around in my backpack, were in fact the flagships of each of their respective formats, and cost more money than I'd ever seen in person at that point. Reality hit hard. So after a summer spent working part-time in landscaping, I had $500 in my grubby little hands, the knowledge base from classes and the first-hand experience to do some careful comparison shopping, and between the Rebel G and Minolta's version of the Rebel G (I forget the name now), I settled on the Rebel G as a practical starter camera. I worked that little guy like a rented mule, and I loved every minute of it. Now after more than 15 years away from photography, I'm dipping my toes back in to see what's new, and one of the first videos I see, your video, brings me right back. It feels like I never left. You really made my day, and I'm officially hooked on your channel. Cheers!
Interesting topic. I’ve never really used modes, but only because until recently I didn’t own a camera that had them. I think modes are labeled “amateur” because it’s assumed (incorrectly) that people use them without any understanding of how they work. I agree 100% that what matters is doing what works for you!Happy shooting all!!!
I'm glad you covered this Lucy. I'm not a professional photographer and I have used various modes on my camera in the past, with some excellent results. However, I always felt like I shouldn't as it was considered "cheating".
Hi Lucy. Thank you for your commitment in 2021. 2022 is about to start. All the best for your channel. Already 2050 subscribers. Congrats!
This is so refreshing, and I agree wholeheartedly. A camera is a tool, use the features the tool provides to achieve the results you want. Every day in photography it’s seems like there’s a 2-for-1 special on Gatekeepers, and the sentiment here is right on target: never listen to someone who can’t help but proactively tell you that you’re an amateur or otherwise not good enough or not meeting the “correct” (because they invented them) standards. Create the images that make you happy!
It’s all about the end result!
A note on sport mode as well - it will set the focus to continuous so it keeps focusing as you follow the action. One fewer thing to think about
Hi Lucy. You are so right about the mode dials, they are an effective tool to get the photograph you want and can be used in a professional application, just the same as you can use a consumer film like kodak Gold in professional work, they are all tools that help the photographer get the look they want.
I love this video. We should be lowering the barriers to entry for people interested in trying film photography and making things as accessible as possible. You do a great job in all that. Have you looked into the Canon T50 and T70 SLRs? They're light, electronic film cameras from the 1980s with the advantage that they're so ugly, they go really cheap. And the Canon FD lenses are brilliant but also affordable, though I think the video crowd has discovered them so the top-of-the-line lenses are appreciating rapidly. Keep doing what you do.
This ties in well with your video on gatekeeping. I think it's good that you explain what the modes do because knowing what settings a mode represents helps one to better utilise the mode at the appropriate times. For example, it's good to know that exposure comp is essential when shooting in P mode. But it is my hope that instead of gatekeeping, more knowledgeable people will explain to new shooters how best to utilize the modes instead of being condescending about using said modes. In the end, you just want a good photo and not miss it because you're fiddling with manual settings. Work smarter, not harder :) Good topic!
Happy New Year, Lucy!!!! :) :) :) I tend not to use most of the modes, except for aperture and shutter priority, just stick to manual. But, if I just want to have fun and couldn't be bothered with fooling around with settings I'll use the modes. Doing that can be liberating at times, just forget about this or that setting and shoot away!! They get you decent pics and there's nothing "amateur" about them. I know why many photographers try to get you to use manual and stay away from the more automatic mode settings, but things can start to become a bit snobbish when people's egos start to become involved in using cameras. And, really, that's not what photography is supposed to be about.
I shot a whole wedding with my 35mm SLR on auto mode and all the photos came out great! I prioritised making sure I didn’t miss any moments rather than be playing with my settings! No shame in using the modes, they’re there to make life easier
Modes are great! When I was learning how to shoot the modes helped me figure stuff out, such as shallow depth of field for portaits, fast shutter speeds to freeze action. And while I don’t use them anymore, I still see their worth. And I embrace the title ‘amateur’ which in French translates roughly to lover of, and yes I am a lover of photography!
I think this was my favourite collection of your photos to date, all really great
One other fun thing about the modes is looking at the apertures and shutter speeds the camera is picking and trying to figure out why it might pick that combination. I think that's a pretty good way to start learning about how to set your own exposure
Photos are gorgeous! Modes and auto shouldnt be snubbed either, I love using those.
Congratulations on the f/1.8 - 50mm lens - I have that exact same model myself, and it's a favorite of mine. I love how it renders images and colors.
Camera modes have gotten a bad rap from the Pro’s, but they can be useful when used creatively. They serve a purpose and can sometimes do a better job than I can in adjusting my camera settings.
Good points and nice examples, I have also seen these modes referred to as "scene modes" vs. the more technical "PASM modes". It seems to me like they generally achieve similar things, but with varying degrees of control, maybe.
With my Nikon F-5 as well as my other camera I got to have M , I like to do it all , but everybody has a favorite setting , great stuff!