Cameras Change Images Last
On Saturday, 16th March 2019 I took a train journey to the NEC Birmingham. The Photography Show and The Video Show had started. I usually attend on Monday but I decided that I wanted to experience a busy day like Saturday. Last year when I attended The Photography Show the UK had a lot of snow. I showed this in images of my train journey. This year was sunny and not too cold. This was the view from the train window.
At the show a visit was made to each vendor to see what was been presented. Images were captured of vendor’s products, models and creative visual displays. Equipment and other accessories were in full view for examination before purchase. As it drew close to my departure time I had to re-visit the vendors on my shopping list to collect a lighter tripod, light diffusers, light reflectors and various bags to accommodate cameras and a tablet. It makes a big difference when you can fully examine the product before purchase.
The Canon stand had the Birmingham Royal Ballet as models with Canon cameras available for capturing images. Images were first captured with my camera but then I noticed that a Canon EOS R digital camera with a RF24-105 mm F4 lens was available. I placed my SD card in the Canon camera and captured more images. The results are below.
The images below were captured with the Canon EOS R digital camera with a RF24-105 mm F4 lens.
I spent quite a long time on the Canon stand evaluating a camera which I can see a use for whilst doing weddings. I moved my SD card into a Canon PowerShot SX70HS digital camera. The results below are not as dramatic but it tested the camera from wide angle (28 mm) to full zoom (1300 mm).
At such a slow shutter speed I am assuming that image stabilisation reduced the blurring of the image.
The following images are the creative presentation of various vendors.
Finally, I captured the wonderful models who posed for the cameras at the various stands. Look at the models and the various backgrounds to see what an impact it makes.
This was a good day out at The Photography Show.