Do you feel inadequate because you have a puny Canon 550D Nikon D5000 in your DSLR cameras while your friend is lugging around a digital SLR?
You can get a better picture than he can, for the following reasons:
* Your camera is light and compact enough that you have it with you at all times.
* You have about as good a lens as he does; like most first-time SLR owners, he hasn’t bothered to upgrade from the
cheap low-contrast zoom lens that was included in a kit with his camera body.
* He is using the pop-up flash on his camera as his primary light. You would never be that uncreative (at least not
after reading the rest of this article).
* Your camera has a better system for combining light from the flash with ambient light (“fill-flash“).
A professional photographer with a pile of $1500 lenses and a tripod is going to be able to do many things that you aren’t. But rest assured that he carries a P&S camera in his pocket as well.90950" title="Tips for Using a Point and Shoot Camera " url="http://fineartphotographysite.com/tips-for-using-a-point-and-shoot-camera/">