What to Buy When Starting Out
You’ve decided you want to get more serious about photography, move beyond just making snapshots with your cellphone, and perhaps even pursue making money from your hobby. You’re ready to start shopping for a better camera and the accessories that go with it.
Many articles about photography equipment for beginners will immediately start recommending makes and models. Or, if you walk into a traditional brick-and-mortar photo store, a salesperson might start showing you equipment, eager to make a big sale.
Your needs should dictate what to buy. Might a simple point-and-shoot be a good starter camera, or will you need a full-frame DSLR with a long lens and a big tripod? Don’t just buy what a salesperson or someone else tells you is “the best.” Ask yourself some important…
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