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Photography is not about the cost of the kit

What’s in my bag? I don’t have a bag. Well, I do have, but it is the size of my laptop. I see this question in 95% of interviews with street/urban photographers.  Usually all of ‘ordinary’ photographers out there hope to read that famous street photographer X or Y uses cheap camera that you can [...] The post Photography is not about the cost of the kit appeared first on DIY Photography.
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