Why are you trying to pretend you made up that quote
Not at all. I came to those words on my own time. If someone else said something similar, then I think that’s actually fucking rad if you ask me.
I'll be carrying like a 35 or a 50 w/ me most of the time unless I need a zoom lens for something. But it would probably be smarter to not have everything falling around in the backpack when they could be protected a whole lot better. What do you recommend for like a backpack type case? Or something like it?
I hear a lot of people complaining that camera bags are too expensive. But in my opinion, no expense should be spared considering the bag is protecting your gear which usually costs a lot to begin with. Chrome is my first recommendation to you. It’s what I use and they’re the best. If you want to go a little cheaper, Lowepro is pretty good too for the price.
I've mostly been shooting sports for the past few years but want to make a switch into portrait photography. How did you get people to model for you when you first started out? Would you just simply ask and show them some of your work?
Pretty much. I was friends with models already, so I’d hit them up asking them to roll through and we’d shoot a bunch of test shots. Your best bet is to simply reach out to the people you’d like to work with. Best of luck
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