Charles Photo's

"Making Memories Last A Lifetime"


I'm a firm beliver that the best camera you have is the camera that you have on you!  It may not be the best image, but something is better than nothing right?  Over the years I've had several cameras, I started off with the Canon Digital Rebel.  It was a great starter DSLR, but eventually I moved into something a bit bigger, the Canon 40D.  Unfortunatly that camera was stolen.  But now I've invested in another great camrea.  But first a list of the cameras that I use depending on the type of shoot.

  • Sanyo Xacti 3x 6.3-18.9mm lensGreat little pocket camera for quick video and movies
  • Sony Cybershot DSC-T10
    • One of the best point and shoots I've ever owned!
  • Olympus Tough TG-810 5.0-25mm lens
    • This thing will take a licking and keep on ticking!  Designed to withstand a drop, humidity, and just about anything else you can throw at​it!

  • Canon S110 5.2-26.0mm lens
    • Great all around point and shoot.  Can handle almost any type of shooting, including video with excellent image results.

  • Lytro 16GB
    • This is one of those niche cameras.  I found a deal on groupon for it.  It allows you to shoot with all focus points and refocus the​photograph after you've taken the shot.
  • iPhone 6
    • It's handy in a pinch and does very well in the light, I've even taken a few panoramics with it that have made it to the printing press!
  • Sony A6000
    • This is my new project, a mirrorless camera!  A true workhorse though, without a mirror you can shoot so many more frames per second, cruical when shooting moving objects. The majority of my photography from here out will be with this camera.