Why the camera you use (probably) doesn’t matter.


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We live in a world where we want, want, want, and this goes for photographers as much as anyone else. However, the fact is, your latest camera you have just bought, really didn’t matter to your photography as much as you hoped. Here’s why…

First of all, if you’re a professional photographer, this doesn’t apply to you, as you need a very specific tool for the job. However, if you’re not making money from your camera, it’s a very different story.

If you’ve bought a mirrorless camera in the last 7 or 8 years, you’ll have advances in autofocus that’s for sure, but everything else will pretty much be the same. If you’re a landscape photographer (the ones who seem to be prime candidates for extreme camera purchases), then of course autofocus doesn’t matter as much to those who photograph wildlife.

So, why doesn’t your camera matter?

Think about what…

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