Cygnwulf Posted December 24, 2020 Share Posted December 24, 2020 Sooo... growing up my parents were both avid amateur photographers. They had nice fully manual SLR cameras with multiple lenses and the works. For my 17th birthday they bought me a canon EOS XSi which I shot at least a hundred rolls of film with over the course of about 4 years. then I got on with a job and even just buying film got to be a hassle (much less getting it developed by someone who knew more about the process than 'plug the roll in here and hit this button' and it kind of fell off. In the mid teens I was given a powershot and got back into trying to get good pictures and not quick cellphone snaps. I just took the plunge and bought a DSLR, I got a Canon 250d (Rebel SL3). And I'm excited to get out and take pictures of random stuff again. Planning on some nature/landscape/macro photography and maybe trying out some astrophotography (portraits if someone I like REALLY wants me to try but doing them was never a love for me.) Of course, collecting camera gear looks like it could be as bad if not worse of a hobby to collecting unpainted miniatures, so, moving to a discussion topic, if anyone here's uses a dslr/mirrorless for anything other than miniatures macro photography (There's a lot of tips around for this already on these boards) what are your favorite extras? Lenses, bags, filters, kit bags, etc. 3 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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