Great summary Mackguyver. I always enjoy reading your posts.
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Dear Friend, Mr. mackguyver.
Just 1 more addition tool In my Idea, The Tool that I use for Shooting The super dark area in the Topless Bar ( The Dancing Girls) in Bangkok Thailand---And Super Shook Proof Camera that build like tank, Which I can us as the Weapon to fight with the Drunk People in the Bar.
I love your post, Great Job, Sir.
So in summary, the answer is - it depends. A good photographer can take good photos with any gear (see the DigitalRev series for proof), but gear does help some or a lot depending on what you shoot.
** A good photographer can take good photos with any gear
Hmmmmm ! let me think; give him a T1i with a kit lens to shoot boxing fights under dim lighting - you are going to wait 10 years for him to deliver 13 acceptable images for your photo story.
That is the sign of a photographer with a mature attitude.
and proof that not all babies are cute....
We have a lot of wild turkeys where I live.
A few from my yard.
Japanese White-eye (Zosterops japonicus) by EricJ777, on Flickr
Red-vented Bulbul (Pycnonotus cafer) by EricJ777, on Flickr
Commom Waxbill in Octopus Tree by EricJ777, on Flickr
Juvenile BCN Heron by EricJ777, on Flickr
Red-crested Cardinals by EricJ777, on Flickr
Pacific Golden Plover by EricJ777, on Flickr
My Heron Fishing Pal by EricJ777, on Flickr