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15-02-11, 04:29 PM
Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: North Herts
don't buy a lens, don't buy anything. Go out & use the kit you've got, get used to it, take lots of photos then in a couple of months or more you'll start to get a feel for what you like about photography & what you want to take photos of.
It's when you have an idea where you're going with your photography that this will lead any future purchases.
You might go out now & buy a macro lens, use it to take 3 photos of some flowers & decide you want to do sports photography, you've probably then wasted your money.
Money you don't spend now (when you don't need to) is money off that thing you really want when you know where your photography is going.
BTW My first purchase was a better quality all-round lens than the one the camera came with because it's the lens which will be on your camera the most, after that I got stuff as my interests were determined.
Just an alternative viewpoint.
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