I've come to believe that the learning curve in photography is actually a straight line that leads up into the sky and doesn't have an end. I learn how much I don't know every time I shoot.
What I DO know--if you want to be a photographer, be a photographer. Pick up a camera and start shooting. Ask questions. Learn to see like your camera does. Don't be blinded by shiny gear--upgrade only to solve specific problems. If you're not deleting most of your photos, you're not critical enough.
Find me at: http://www.bretorious.com
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Q: My sister in-law recently gave me a Canon EOS 10D digital camera body. Having only used point and shoot cameras, what would be a good beginners lens to get for this camera? Should I get kit lens to start with?
A: Do you know?