I have always been a proponent of making the best with what you have. As Edward Steichen said: ‘A photo is not made in the camera, but on either side of it.”
Translation: you don’t need the greatest photography equipment in the world to take a great picture.
This site has a two fold purpose. One: to help me document my progress as a photographer. Two: to share with the world and other photographers that are in a similar situation as me. We are learning our craft, our art.
This site will be all about photography for the little guy, the Hobbyist. Finding something to fit your needs is easier than you think if you are willing to deal with a few quirks.
Using only a 50mm lens was the best thing that ever happened to my photography. It forced me to be aware of my surroundings and move my feet to get the shot not just zoom my lens. Most places you look people will tell you that a 50mm is the best way to start for just that reason. Take it from someone that started off with, and still uses as his daily lens, a fixed 50.