Originally Posted by caseydog
When your current camera is holding you back, then it is time to upgrade. Right now, no offense, but the camera is not the problem. Read, learn and practice. Improve your skills before buying a new camera.
Look at it this way, if you can't cook good food on a $150 kettle, buying a $1,200 BGE isn't going to make you a better cook. Just like cooking good food, taking good pictures requires learning and practice.
Listen to EVERY thing the dog says. Also, it helps if the photographer is in focus too...
Not that I know anything about that.
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