8 New Year’s resolutions to improve your photography | Marco Larousse

It’s that time of the year when photographers should look back on the year that was and look forward on the year that can be.  Here are a few practical and inspirational tips to grow photographically.

1. Spend more time working with the gear that you have rather than thinking about the gear that you want to have next.
Seriously, today’s cameras and lenses are so powerful and capable that they will most likely be able to do the job 99% of the time. And the more you concentrate on what you have, the better you’ll get at finding ways to make it work. I still regularly shoot with up to 65 years old manual film cameras and get great results……..

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