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Sticking with a single lens.


Ol' Sparky
Honorary Life Member
Poking around whilst waiting for the batteries to charge and backups to complete, and I came across this video which resonates a lot with me. Whilst I'm not in agreement about the author's choice of lens, the actual methodology of what he is saying does make a lot of sense and over the last few years it's something I've found myself doing a lot more. It's certainly a good way to train yourself to looking at things or if in a rut something to challenge yourself with.