2 hours ago, iM8Pizza said:
title says it
I won't say I'm a photographer in any means but I do take pictures a lot (a whole lot, not selfies), and that is with my phone, but since my phone is dead now, I'd better of getting a new camera rather than a new phone.
the things that I'm looking for in a camera are the basic good stuff. but since I will take it a long with me probably everyday to take pictures of any kind, so I'm looking for something that can share through wifi and/or bluetooth(don't really know if it will work with iPhone though..), and I'm planning to join the local photography group and also the school photography class.
cameras that interest me for now on are the Sony A6000 (it's compact, but some say that the lens are expensive), Canon T6i (I've been hearing people talking about this camera as a reccommendation for entry-level, and the lens too are cheap and easy to find at where I live), Fuji X-A3 (the selfie configuration is a plus although not really a big deal but it's cool whenever I'm with friends, it's also on sale at where I live-will get the Fuji Instax(not that I will use it, but I can sell it anyway or give it to someone)-). so yeah, I suppose that's all. and there's a picture here somewhere (thoughts on the picture are welcomed )
For what you want to do, just buy the camera you like that falls within your budget. I wouldn't recommend the Fuji Instax if you are planning to join a club and take courses. Sony native lenses are going to be a bit expensive compared to equivalent lenses from Canon. Fuji lenses are very nice but they can also be expensive. However for a beginner the kit lens that comes with most cameras are good enough, with time and experience you will learn to figure out which lenses you need.
For your photo, it's meh at best. While the composition of converging lines does make it a nice photo I'm not sure if it was intentional or accidental. It's not really an interesting photo.