I love shooting with my Nikon cameras. I find Nikon more user friendly with its menu/buttons set up. If you're going to swap to Nikon because of cheaper lenses, I'd ask if you've thought of using 3rd party lenses. Many are just as good of the main brand, just a little cheaper. I do like how Nikon is a little more sharper in it's photos, making it great for landscape photos. Though, Canon is rather good with skin tones and such. Ether way, it really just comes down to the photographer. You make the photos happen, not the camera or the company. What ever you chose to do, remember that and i'm sure you'll take some good photos. ^.^
Thank you for your advice, really apperiate it wasn't sure if you was going to reply seeing that you are an amazing photographer!
I don't mind using third party lenses, I got sigma, as well as I got some old lenses converted for my canon, but I am really itching for a really good wide angel lense and Canon's regardless 3rd party, or not are still too deep for me, I borrowed for a week canon 10-22mm lense for my Norway trip and I just fell in love with it.. but been looking to buy one for myself now and can't afford to buy lense that costs more than the camera
Yes of course I know it's the person behind the camera than the make that makes the photos happen, like with any art it's not the tools but the person using them. I use to draw a lot on a tablet in photoshop, and people would ask me what tablet they should get and I'd reply exactly as you
And I got long way to go in learning only started 8 months ago, but am loving every second, it's something I always wanted to do but couldn't afford (brought up 5 children), but now is my time
I'm not that amazing, but thank you for saying so. I've got a long ways to go and always learning new skills and refining old ones. I've even started learning how to use Photoshop. I've been using Lightroom for everything, that I've been missing out what photoshop has to offer in photo editing. I've only been really getting in to photography a little over a year ago. Oh, I also liked your photos as well. Some of them are really good too.
thank you, although I feel/know that I got long way to go, been thinking of taking one of those online courses for photography to improve. I enjoy shooting mostly on manual, but some shots are a bit blurry as I feel shy bringing my tripod along, which I know I should have