Thanks for responding. Same as above; Would the Sony a6300 be a good option also?
I do want to practice post processing my photos which is why I chose RAW+JPEG to shoot. Jpeg in case some of the photos look good as is and I want to keep them.
Problem is I am not getting the RAW photos on my computer. I am using a mac and simply insert my SD card into the reader and import using the Photos app. Maybe it's because I am not using Canon software to import the photos? Before installing Magic Lantern the RAW photos would show up just find within the Photos App.
Thanks for responding Julian
Thanks. Makes sense. I guess going with that and what Michael said up above, educating myself on lenses and lighting is something to also focus on.
Thanks for responding. I've heard the Sony a6000 overheats pretty easily? But will check it out
Thanks Michael. I agree that lighting is very important. I have no problem going that route. But I do want to get better with my education on shutter speed choices, lenses, etc. I doubt I can do this on a smartphone?
Thanks Stephen. Im not actually starting again. I'm just continuing but with additional footage that was shot. So thanks for the advice but starting all over again in a new program I have yet to use (Vegas) probably wouldn't work right now with a tight deadline.