Top Photography Tools

 
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The advantage of DSLR is the great amount of customization that is available. Investing in your DSLR camera is, unfortunately, just the beginning. Photography doesn't have to be an expensive hobby. If you count the money you would spend on other hobbies they will easily grow to the 1000s. Problem with photography is that the investment is up front. Particularly lenses tend to keep their value for many years, so the money you spend isn't wasted unless you lenses gets broken. However, if you try to copy the gear of most pros, you easily have to pay $5000+.

The investments you need to make to get great pictures doesn't have to be big. For some kind of photography, like indoor sports there is no other options than paying a lot. For hobby photograpers you can start to take great pictures with only a fraction of the costs. This guide is to tell you what you need for it and where most people would see the greatest benefits when placing their hard earned money. 

Top Photography Tools

1. Adobe Lightroom (or Photoshop)
2. Prime lens supplement to kit-lens
3. Books and online learning resources
4. Tripod
5. Magic Lantern (Canon only)
6. Extra zoom lens
7. Website and or blog
8. Speciality learning resources
9. Accessories for your particular needs