Photography, as they say, is an acquired taste. Like wine, it gets better with time. When it comes to assembling your photography gear, there’s really no right or wrong, because photography is something very personal and naturally, pretty unique. However, the following tips will come in handy if you’re not quite sure on whether bubble mailers to pick something up or not.
Things you need
- Choose an entry-level to mid-range CameraBody and spend a little extra on the lens.
- Go for mid-range to pro-quality Lenses, probably 1 to 3, along with lens hoods.
- Always keep a few Cards of Varying Memory Sizes Use a CardHolder to organize them.
- Keep your lenses safe and protected with UVFilters, at all times.
- Use a Micro fiber Cleaning Cloth to gently remove any dirt from your lenses.
Things you might need
- Carry ExtraBatteries if you’re shooting outside or camping.
- Use a Bagto carry your camera, lenses, accessories etc.
- You might want to use a PolarizingFilter for colour pop.
- Shoots that make you hold your camera for long duration, call for CameraStraps.
- If your camera body doesn’t have an in-built flash, get an ExternalFlash, FlashBatteries, and probably a FlashDiffuser
Things that make you feel fancy in a good way
- Blow dust off your camera lenses using a Dust Blower.
- Use a Tripod if you feel that your camera is too heavy for your comfort.