“Diverse and varied advice of dubious consistency”

Photographers of any level stand to benefit from truly understanding the advice about photography, art, and life compiled here by Matthew Robertson of ’Thews Reviews. I found myself nodding my head the entire time. Like this bit:

An antidote to being seduced by any new shiny object is to go back and read the sales literature for the one that's a couple of generations old. It was new and shiny once, too.

*removes Panasonic GX7 from Amazon basket*

I about died at this one:

Bird seed is cheaper than a long lens.

Am I doing it wrong?

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