I really envy people who have enough money to afford such nice things.
Sadly, it just doesn't translate to good photography automatically. It's mostly dependent on your experience and your creativity. Some people (like me
) doesn't possess that much creativity but still I believe one can train the eye. Just view photographs of those good creative photographer, not just those with the best equipment and surely your photography bit by bit will improve. Learning some post-processing will also greatly improve your pictures even if you don't have the best equipment. For me I still value good lens and good light more than the camera body. Just some samples from my old 500D and 50mm F1.8. Keep shooting even when they say you're not good at it. That's the nuisance of "learning".
Shot with directed sunlight...
Shot with single speedlight, off-camera
Ambient sunlight coming from outside the restaurant