Tuesday, March 29, 2011

It’s easier to focus on buying that next piece of equipment than it is to accept that you should be able to create great work with what you’ve got. Buying stuff is a convenient and expensive distraction. You need a decent camera, a decent lens, and a light meter. Until you can use those tools consistently and masterfully, don’t spend another dime. Spend money on equipment ONLY when you’ve outgrown your current equipment and you’re being limited by it. There are no magic bullets.

1 comment:

Cheryl Jacobs Nicolai said...

Hi. Please do be sure, as you blog, that you give credit to your sources. The above quote was written by me on my blog at www.photodino.wordpress.com. Thank you.