This new eBook is designed to take the mystery out of ensuring you have the perfect photography gear for your needs: from cameras through to lenses, tripods, filters and bags. The aim is to give you the tools to understand what your equipment can do for you, and help you to decide when it’s time to add something to your kit. Found here: Photo Nuts & Gear
Ask any experienced photographer what camera you should buy and you will almost certainly be cautioned that the equipment you use is not the most important thing about photography. Vision, passion, creativity, practice, experience and other qualities are far more important than the gear used to create an image.
So why a whole book dedicated to photography gear? Because the inescapable fact is, without cameras we are not photographers. It’s certainly true that the creative vision and expertise of a photographer is more important, but the equipment gives us the ability to create our photos and opens up new creative possibilities that would not be possible otherwise.
The author Neil Creek will help you decide if you need new gear, which piece of gear you need, and once you have decided, how to find the best of many options available.
Some of the Many Topics Covered (76 Pages):
- Do you really need new gear?
- How to research gear
- Resources and places to buy
- Leveraging the wisdom of the crowd
- Reading between the lines of reviews
- Buying Camera Bodies
- Buying Lenses
- Buying Tripods
- Buying Flashes
- Buying Light Modifiers
- Buying Camera Bags
- The purchase mindset (including case studies)
- Gear familiarisation and care
- And much more…
“The camera equipment market is vast and complicated, and among the cool tools that can genuinely add to your creative kit there is a lot of useless, poorly constructed, overpriced or unnecessary stuff you’ll want to avoid. It’s also very subjective! One photographer’s ‘must have’ widget might be completely redundant to another. So best of all, I hope this guide will save you money by making savvy photography equipment decisions.” -Author Neil Creek
How to Get a Copy:
The guide comes in PDF format that can be read on computers, phones and most tablet computers (works great as a mobile reference out in the field). It also carries a 60 day no-questions-asked guarantee, if you are not satisfied with any part of the book just let them know and they will give you a full refund so there is no risk in trying it.
Found here: Photo Nuts & Gear
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