There is something all-newcomer photographers tend to do, they either dream of camera gear or buy a lot of it. When I started in photography I went through the same thing. I thought that I needed all the lenses that my idols used, I believed I needed the biggest megapixel camera, with all the film features just in case a potential client wanted video. But over time with age came wisdom.
“You have the same amount of hours in a day as Beyonce.” Everyone has the same amount of time, we all work and function around the 24-hour clock. So what’s your excuse?
Chase Jarvis said it well. “Replace the word I don’t have time, with it’s not a priority for me right now.” When changing this sentence, you will realise what you have prioritised in your life.
A god complex is a way to describe someone who might as well believe they are a god when it comes to a subject or profession they are engrossed in. Thinking they are superior to everyone else when it comes to their profession or subject they know about.
The perfect camera – Cameras are like cars, vans & trucks. There are so many to choose from, be it performance, price, use, style the list goes on. No matter what model you get there will always be a new one next year. But vehicles all do the same basic thing, they take you from A to B, that’s the primary usage. The same can be said for cameras, there are so many to choose from that all look, and do something slightly different.
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