English photographer Ben Evans has written a thoughtful post on choosing the right tools for the right job. The post is published at Steve Huff’s photo site and ends with the following statement:
Photography manufacturers exist to sell you more cameras, lenses and flashes. Don’t make the mistake of thinking that you need to constantly upgrade to the latest model, even if it is objectively better. But nor should you think that the camera doesn’t matter, and revel in using a single lens on one body. As your craft improves, the limitations of your current gear will become more apparent.
Read the entire article here.
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