What I want to do is family pictures while we are out, but I also want to do sell stock when I am good enough. I don't have a problem learning how to manually adjust settings. I did that when I had an old SLR (film based) in HS though I have forgotten how to do everything. I would also be interested in shooting movie clips but that is a low priority.
Would also be interested in doing microphotography since it is so cool.
Is the T3i a good camera for what I want. The price range is right. --- Graphic Designer since birth - www.cibgraphics.com PRETTY + SMART: It takes more than good looks to make a design effective
ok, sorry to bring it up again. Ive heard some people say that the T3i has a noisy shutter. Is this the case. Is there another camera I should also be looking at. I want to have my first camera be a good one for my budget (6-900). --- Graphic Designer since birth - www.cibgraphics.com PRETTY + SMART: It takes more than good looks to make a design effective
Yeah, higher end models tend to have a nicer sound, but they all tend to be "noisy." You're probably not going to get better sound without expanding your budget --- we're not all geniuses like you Maverick. >_> - AWrulez