« on: March 10, 2014, 05:44:50 PM »
OK - you've talked the talk, now walk the walk. A good way to start is to convince yourself to absolutely master
the equipment you have. Not only is it a good way to "discover" what you're missing, it will show you what you
have. Once you decide, avoid the popular photo magazines and blogs - including this one, that discuss "new"
equipment. If you can't break the browsing habit, force yourself to only read technical and technique articles.
When your self-imposed sabbatical is over, then survey the current market and pick something that allows you
to do something you haven't been able to do (photographically, that is) and have at it.
By the way - during your exile, save your shekels because whatever it is you'll want to acquire will be expensive.