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Bring your camera everywhere — resolutions

It’s so obvi­ous. Just bring your cam­era every­where and you’ll take more pic­tures.
By tak­ing more pic­tures, you’ll learn what works well and what doesn’t.
You won’t regret miss­ing shots.
When you SEE that great light you’ll be there to record it.

So that’s one res­o­lu­tion that I’ll try to stick with this year. I intend to bring my cam­era every­where. (I have a lot of gear so I’m only bring­ing 1 DSLR body, 1 lens and 1 flash)

Another res­o­lu­tion will be to do more reviews. I get a fair amount of email ask­ing me what I use in terms of equip­ment or what I sug­gest. This com­ing year, I intend to share more of what I think are great photo prod­ucts. From photo gear to soft­ware to wires to books — reviews are coming.

Happy new year every­one! All the best for 2008 — Keep on shooting!

Comments

  1. admin says:

    Thanks Yves — I agree that it is bulky to carry around loads of gear. Still my DSLR is the best dig­i­tal cam­era I have so I’m com­mit­ted to bring­ing it with 1 lens and 1 flash wher­ever i go.
    Going back to edit the post now…thx!

  2. Yves Janse says:

    Happy New Year Marko!
    I agree with bring­ing your cam­era with you, but with a large dSLR that is not very prac­ti­cal, espe­cially with more than one lens. This is why I kept my lit­tle Pen­tax point and shoot to bring with me for just those day to day shots. How­ever, when I do hap­pen to find a good photo oppor­tu­nity I wished I had my dSLR with me… but car­ry­ing it all the time is sim­ply not an option :) unless I grow an extra arm… hmm.…

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