Expensive Equipment--is it necessary?
A couple months ago, I read a blog on DT focusing on the use of compact point-and-shoot cameras for microstock photography. Many people who become interested in photography hold back from seriously pursuing it because they think they need expensive equipment to be a photographer. Let's delve into this deeper.
First of all, this article is not discussing talent. Many people may have the expensive equipment, but not the talent, or vice-versa. Either way, chances are you will have a difficult time producing quality stock. Talent is extremely important, but talent must be paired with a comparable level of equipment to achieve great photos.
I began my hobby with a simple
Photo credits: Elimitchell.
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