Hands up if you are like me. You just bought a new camera. You slowly and deliberately unbox it, savouring every feeling, enjoying every moment. Obviously, you discard the manual, carelessly tossing it to some far-flung corner of the room. Instead, you jump straight in, attaching a lens, getting a feel for this beautifully sculptured marvel of metal and electronics.
You are enamoured by it, an object of desire that is now yours. And that’s a natural and good thing. It may last a few days, it may last several weeks, but at some stage, you need to form a different relationship with your camera, one where it stops being an emotional attachment and starts becoming a tool.
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