Camera shops in brighton east sussex
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Once upon a time, not so long ago, there were lots of camera shops dotted about our towns and cities. The internet has become our massive two dimensional store, all we have to do is sift through a mega ton of reviews to get an inkling of what camera, or lens we should buy.I do love that we have quick access to written reviews and videoed opinions from keen users of products around our planet.
Sometimes it’s good to experience photography equipment first hand.
The other day I decided I was going to have a play with lenses at my favourite camera shop, where a team of marvellous tinkers and purveyors of photographic goods reside.
Clocktower cameras is situated off Queen’s Rd on a quiet street in the Laines of Brighton.
It feels like it’s always been there and I’m grateful it exists.
I have to admit it’s a difficult to decide what lens to go for, but I entered the shop excited to try some out.
For example you may need a good macro lens to get details from small objects like jewellery, like the lady I met at Clocktower that same day.
She had defined her research area and was able to make a decision on a Lumix so she could photograph her jewellery. Do you get all excited at so much photographic equipment could benefit you, then tot up the prices? What equipment will serve you best and in order of priority.Large investments of money can reverse your initial buying incentive and be quite upsetting. It may be that you need a good tripod to help you photograph interiors with ease.Or a better flash gun so you can control access to light better in challenging light conditions.I brought in my camera with memory card in and they attached the lenses so I could pop out of the shop to test them.Luckily I’d made friends, with Clocktower’s neighbour Michael from Ivy’s second hand clothes shop.We had met previously and chatted at a supermarket a few months back.