Within a few minutes of waking up on Sunday, I had an equipment revelation. I began to contemplate significant camera changes. That, of course, set me into a flurry of analysis. It sucked up a good part of Sunday, too. Did it make sense? Should I do it? When should I pull the trigger?
Now, this isn’t life or death. I’m just talking about buying and selling cameras. But in the context of my photography and this blog, it is a shift. The camera I’m considering is not on my camera watch list that I talked about a couple of months ago. Like most things I do, it’s not completely crazy — I’m just not that kind of person. Nevertheless, if I go through with it, it would mean changes and an non-trival outlay of money, of course.
These changes address a few things that’s been nagging me. Not in a big way but growing, unresolved and underneath the covers. Most of my equipment choices are well-considered, I believe, but my priorities have changed and after several years of photography, I have a better idea of what I like and don’t like to shoot.
All this equipment talk will certainly be fun, I’m sure. It always is on these blogs. And if I go through with this, it will certainly give me some material to talk about.