How to Photograph Projects: Choosing the Best Camera

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In order to photograph your work, you’ll need a camera. Should you spend $100 on a camera? $500? Or can you shoot acceptable pics on your smart phone? We answer those questions here.

See more from our “How to Photograph Your Woodworking Projects” series:

Introduction
Choosing the Best Camera
Choosing a Background
Image Composition
Lighting Tips
Using Natural Light
Using Your Camera Settings
Using Your Smart Phone Camera
Table Top Photo Studio
Photographing Furniture
Capturing Details Capturing Details