Photo Share And Discussion-The Camera Doesn't Matter Edition

Last week's photo share and discussion (#29) was interesting because Frank, one of the "regulars", and I got into a discussion about the fact that most of what makes a great photograph is how you envision and compose the scene, not the camera you use to capture the image. Frank posted a few images that he took with a low megapixel Kodak EasyShare camera  from the early 2000's while he was in Australia on business. Here's the video from the hangout:

I try to do one of these hangouts on the Google+  page for Mark's Photography Spot each Friday at 8PM Eastern. If you want to join in the fun be sure to follow  the Mark's Photography Spot page and I'll add you to the list of people that get invites. If you don't want to, or can't, participate live you can watch the recordings on the YouTube Channel. Either way, I hope to see you on a future hangout.

Happy Shooting!