Hands down one of the most annoying questions that we get asked daily is, “What camera did you use to take that photo?” or, “What camera should I buy?” The truth is you can have the best camera, lens, models, location, but if you don’t have the foundational skills and a purpose behind the images that you’re taking, then your images will be lacklustre. Today, we’re putting our money where our mouth is. We’re shooting on Canon Rebel XTis with cheap lenses. We have a kit 18-30… We have a kit 18-55mm lens and a pancake 40mm lens. You can probably get each setup for under $500 used. So, we’re gonna give our friend Justin… who is not a photographer, but has the base knowledge of how to use the camera, our 5D Mark IV camera and we will be shooting with this. The same model, the same location. Let’s get started. Will you sit kinda straight up and leave the hood on? And then, actually rotate and just face the window? Can you, uh, put your… put your hood up again and just kinda, like, lean your head against the window pane? Okay, so, this is really weird but you can either stick your head in it, you can do this, whatever… Just get weird with it. Okay. You can… Yeah, perfect. Perfect. Love it Again, if you could just try to make those wide, just big. Yeah. And then can you put your hood up? So, hope you guys enjoyed that video, the main point we want to get across is don’t get too hung up on what camera you should buy. Just get what you can afford and as you grow as a photographer you can level up and buy more expensive gear. So, Justin was way less of a beginner photographer than we had hoped, but we hope that the point still comes across that the gear that you have should be secondary to the photography skills and the storytelling that you implement in your photos. Like this video and subscribe if you haven’t already and we will see you next week. Okay, do you guys wanna do a chest bump? Right?