Landscape photography is difficult, and the right photographer needs the right camera for the job. Which one’s the best for you? Here, Dimitri Vasileiou talks about which cameras can take your photography to the next level
There is a common answer to the question ‘What is the best camera for landscape photography?’ - which is, the camera you have. Although, fundamentally and practically, this is true, in reality we need to delve a bit deeper into the subject.
Although in the past I used a large format Ebony camera along with Mamiya medium format film, my digital years have seen me using Canon cameras. This is not because of a love affair with the brand or satisfaction with their products, it is because I have invested a reasonable amount of money in some of their really good lenses. Besides, for the last three years I have been complaining about the company’s stubborn refusal to produce a proper camera for landscape photographers. They claim to have done so with their latest offering, the 5DS r – well, I beg to differ.
In recent years my photographic style has been moving towards …
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