I bought a new camera today. Two new lenses were part of the order too.
This is a pretty big step, owing to my reliable buyer’s remorse that accompanies every purchase. Yet I overcame the inertia and laid my money down.
It didn’t take long before I attained a new level of post-purchase hesitancy that can only be described as “pre-hating” my new kit. Within an hour of ordering, I canceled the transaction.
This recurring derangement may have a simple solution.
When I renovated my office last month, I created an area to stage my gear. My original thinking was that it would make packing easier.
The unintended consequence is a constant reminder of the effectiveness of my current equipment.
My digital Nikons and this trinity of lenses have never failed. It’s the only stuff I own that exists for me without remorse.
About the author: I am Stephen Kennedy, an experienced photographer with more than 2500 completed sessions in all 50 US states.