Photography has brought me closer to nature, but when I first started it was more about the gear for me: I always wanted to upgrade, thought I really need this or that. Why not buy this awesome lens, it will help me to get better images. But I soon realized that I needed to just adapt the gear to what I shot, and that was mostly basketball in badly lit arenas. I ended up with a Nikon D700 in late 2010 and shot with that for four years. It worked great in every situation I shot, but when the Nikon D750 was announced I moved to that, as it had considerably better low-light capability, which would help me in those indoor fast-shutterspeed situations. After moving to Canada in 2015 I was even happier to have the D750, as night-photography became my new obsession. I upgraded some of my lenses and here is an overview about the gear that I use to get the images I regularly share with you:
1) Manfrotto X190Pro with a 3-Way Cullmann Head
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