Best Camera for Graphic Designers

Best Camera for Graphic Designers

You want to know how to choose the best camera for your graphic design needs… Well you came to the right place. I am going to walk you through how to choose the right camera.
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Panasonic G7 ( )
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I want to Answer a Few Questions:
– What is the best camera for Graphic Designers?
– What Camera Should a Graphic Designer Use?
– How to Pick the Best Camera for Graphic Designers?
– Top 6 Best Cameras for Graphic Designers?
– Best Graphic Design Camera.

First let’s talk tactics. As a Graphic Designer I primarily take my own photo sources when I have the opportunity. I belong to Adobe Stock to get photos that I simply cannot obtain (tribal people in Africa). I hope to be able to visit some of these far away exotic places one day, but until then Adobe Stock is my travel guru.

But on the day to day as a graphic designer I photograph my own sources. If you are searching for the best camera for graphic designers than you, much like myself, are interested in creating your own composition via the use of photography. I feel that taking my own photos with my own camera gives me the ability to plan my designs while in the field. IT gives me the creative freedom I want as a graphic designer. This is why I shoot my own photos with my own camera as a graphic designer.

Another reason I photograph my own sources is to push myself to grow as a graphic designer. Photography has allowed me to work on becoming a better graphic designer because I have to think about my design layout before I ever touch the computer. I will sketch out ideas and brainstorm the exact layout I want before I even head out on a photo shoot. By using my own camera to take source photos for my graphic design projects I have been able to become more intentional and capture better photos for my designs.

Now that we have talked about a few reasons why I choose to use my own camera as a graphic designer let’s talk about what to look for in a camera for graphic designers.

What is most important when choosing a camera for graphic designers?

Is it mega pixels, sensor size, ISO? Honestly I do not concern myself to much with those industry “buzz words”, so to speak. These aspects are important, but they are not the end all be all to a great camera for graphic designers. However I will note that if you are often shooting in low-light situations I would recommend getting a camera with a good ISO range.

To me the two most important things when selecting a camera are the color tones that the image processor produces and the clarity and sharpness of the image.

Let’s talk color tones:
Fujifilm : Vivid Colors, high dynamic range, and hard edges
Nikon : Blue tones, hard edges and medium dynamic range
Canon : Amazing skin tones, soft edges, and medium to high dynamic range.

Each camera company has their niche color tones and image quality. You have to decide what is best for you.

When I select, or recommend a camera I am looking for those things. Image color quality and sharpness. Just because a Camera has a high mega-pixel count does not mean it is going to have amazing image quality. It is all about the finish product. I have an old Fujifilm X-E1 of 16 Megapixels that can circles around someones 40 mega pixel point and shoot. The shutter and image processor are very important, so don’t be deceived by buzz words.


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