an expensive camera won’t make Street Photography in Malaysia - Moments 4 months ago   07:37

Jessica Kobeissi
Is it the camera, or is it the photographer? I use a beginner level DSLR in a photoshoot for today's video to test the theory that "the more expensive your camera, the better your photos will be."

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STREETS LOVE US
i was taught BUY WHAT YOU NEED THE FIRST TIME.
Dynamic Hypnotic
damn , Anjelica is effin bangin'
imdavid
You should have done it with a phone, the impact would be even greater. As you said, the quality of the picture is based on photographer's quality. To start photography is required at least 10mp, even with less, you could do so.
Kush Yadav
Google pixel does
Lucy Birt
Pls do a video on cheap but good quality cameras
Erick Lima
This video is really important, because we need to know that we can make beautiful pictures with the cheapest equipment. I started like photography in one month ago and I do not have my equipment to work, I work with my cell phone, so I take mobile photos. It's really expensive to buy a new camera here in Brazil, so we have to do what we can and never give up. I love you and your channel and your videos, Jessica. Keep doing your beautiful job. You and Brandon are one of my inspirations 😍
Fishplants
True. It's like music, The more expensive instruments you have the better music ? Hell no.
sage
yes it does
Suicide Ghost
Your cute.... and good in photography 😂
JustinYH
Im still using a T3i
Harold I.
Our levels of expensive is totally different.

300 is cheap?? Lmao not for me
Cheapest for me is like $40
ABCDE 12345
But it helps you for good photography
Diamondly
i have the 5 im sad
Revan
*cries in disposable film camera*
turtle playz 87
if you edit your photos can you give us a list of the software's mobile and pc thank you
Nathan 12
turtle playz 87
hi, Jessica, would you think the SONY Cyber-shot DSCH300B Bridge Camera would be a good camera because I don't know and you are my inspiration and also one more thing can you make videos of doing ideas like jordi.koalitic .
thank you.
by Nathan 12
Cøzzare. PR
I used to use Nikon D7500 for practice, maybe 3 years ago. It's cheap and compatible for at least 80% occassions. But now I am using D850 mainly for photography, as well Fujifilm for light loads of work. I don't think the best or the expensive gears will make me a great photographer. The most important is about creation.
Odins Armory
$300 lol. I shoot a Nikon D2x that I got on Ebay for $129. Do I own a D850 and D5? Yes

Do I use them as much as the d2x? Nah. I worked my way up to them.

You can shoot awesome photos with anything if ya know what you're doing
manuel I
NOW WE CANT AFFORD A MODEL??!!?!



I’m kidding 🙄
James Orman
I've seen interesting photos done with a cheap Holga film camera.
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Street Photography in Malaysia - Moments an expensive camera won’t make 4 months ago   14:37

Join me in Kuala Lumpur for Episode 3 of "Moments in Time" where we take a journey around the world together, and share about photography, travel, people, food, experiences, and everything that happens between the frames I capture.

In this episode, we take a double-decker limousine bus over the border from Singapore to Malaysia. The scenery quickly changes from a metropolitan cityscape to a lush countryside until we arrive in the densely populated Malaysian capital, Kuala Lumpur.

Local photographer, Yaman Ibrahim, shares his passion for street photography with us and some of his favorite spots in the historic old quarter. Then he takes me outside my comfort zone to shoot some colorful characters around the secondhand market, Pasar Karat, near the famous Petaling Street.

No visit to Kuala Lumpur would truly be complete without some cityscape photography. Learn how I use Jedi Mind Control and ninja tactics to inconspicuously set up my tripod, where no tripods are allowed, and capture the rapidly changing sunset and blue hour light over the world-famous Petronas Twin Towers.

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