1. You Buy Equipment
Nikon recently released the newest version of their 600mm f/4 lens for a whopping $12,299. That’s almost $3,000 more the last version, and you need it right? Wrong. You need to generally use a piece of gear once a month for two years to beat the price of renting, not to mention the massive amounts of cash (or credit card debt) it requires to purchase gear outright.
Sure, you should probably own a camera body or two, but do you really need that Profoto 8a or that Hasselblad H5
2. You’re Underinsured
If you’re paid to …read more