Hi fellow CSers,
I have had a DSLR for over a year and half and realize that i had GAS (Gadget acquisition syndrome ) it was just buy buy buy..
only until recently i actually started going out and taking pictures did i realize i knew nothing about DSLRS and how best to use them.
So i made a conscious decision to get rid of all lenses and extra stuff i had brought (lost around 250$ v/s cost price which i feel is not that bad) and keep just one lens, a tripod and a flash. The lens i choose is a 50mm 1.4d for my D7000. Figured the fewer things i have better will my understanding of photography be, limitations are the mother of inventions one photog friend told me.
Would like to hear on views if that was the right approach or big blunder.