When I wanted to improve my photography skills, and just change the way I have done digital photography, I looked back to my days shooting film. Back in those days I would always use the one camera, with one Prime lens (usually a 35mm or 50mm). Looking at the photographs from those days, they are all special, so I decided to go back to those times, and whenever I go out on a shoot I will use only my Fujifilm camera with one lens attached. For a lot of the time, that lens will be a 23mm (F/1.4) focal length, replicating 35mm in 35mm terms. I also have other lenses (XF18-135mm, XC15-45mm F/3.5-5.6, XC50-230mm F/4.5-6.7, TTArtisan 40mm F/2.8 Macro and TTArtisan 7.5mm F/2 Fisheye), and whichever I choose for the day, it’s almost exclusively the lens I will use on my Fujifilm X-T3.
One Camera One Lens is a great approach, and one that will allow you to improve your photography in ways you can only dream of. Having a single lens, and even a single focal length is never in hindrance like some will have you believe, but a far more rewarding experience as you use your brain much more to create better photographs (especially when shooting with a prime lens). There will be blogs on this in the future!
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