5 Tips to Photograph Like a Pro
The tips that I will be sharing today have absolutely nothing to do with cameras or gear. The most common mistake that I see new photographers make is focusing on the camera as opposed to their subjects.
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I agree with all these points. To #1 I'd add that sometimes you need the right camera to get the kind of photographs you want or to fit the use or user. I would not a take a disposable to take landscapes (if I had a choice) or hand a 5 year old a canon 5d mk4. It's interesting as well what you can learn by shooting different kinds of cameras. I actually think you can take this a step farther, I see folks who buy too much camera too soon and become discouraged. Used gear. either film or digital can be a great way to find what works for you without totally breaking the bank.
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