As professional photographers we are all lured by the siren’s song on the latest and greatest equipment. It is very easy to get caught up in all the new gear and incredible products that are available in our ever-evolving industry. I’m just as guilty as the next shooter who drools over the latest DLSRs, but the truth is, I can take just as BAD a picture with the top-of-the-line DSLR as I can with a compact camera. The most expensive, shiniest, newest, fastest piece of equipment will always be a poor substitute for talent and technique.
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Article written by: Natalie Bradley, BrideAttraction.com
There is something I have caught onto when it comes to being successful in your business. It’s the phrase “I may try that” or “I’ll try my best to do that”. I thought about this after reading this quote on a friend’s Facebook wall…