Thanks for your detailed answer. This will really help me position myself. I have been taking crappy photos recently. I really needed to improve my skills. Maybe i would be able to monitize better in future.
Welcome. And sure @Russ35, the Nikon D3500 you have is the best entry level camera. Once you perfect your art using that one, you can now go ahead and upgrade it. I haven't used it, but i have seen its reviews and sample photos.
I try as much as possible to take the best shot in the field, that way reducing the amount of time i spend on the editing software. I am not good at using PP, i sometimes end up messing up the image quality.
The first check of course, as @RobertDSLR says, should be the battery. But if it still doesn't work, then check all the connections. There could be a loose connection somewhere. Check all the electricals for broken connections.
I bought a Canon EOS 200D just when they were launching it. But it is becoming a little complicated for me. Being a newbie, i just want a point and shoot camera for my small jobs. Which one do you guys recommend?
What have i missed? I already love the discussions in here. Big up admins for creating such a unique community. This was very thoughtful of you. I like the idea.
I will be hanging around to learn from experiences. I hail from Washington DC, been doing freelance photography for...