Watch as Mark from Michromatic takes on “the folly of GAS”, and discusses the 4 dangers of camera gear obsession.

 

Ever come across the term “GAS” in photography? Gear Acquisition Syndrome (or GAS), is very real in the world of photography, and we have a sneaky suspicion it’s flared up again recently, given it’s a week after Photokina where just about everyone launched something new.  Watch as Mark from Michromatic takes on “the folly of GAS”. He writes; “GAS is incurable, but with proper care, it is a manageable condition. I point out four common side effects caused by GAS, but also find a silver lining for us afflicted photographers.” Let’s take a look…

Michromatic is a YouTube channel packed with great photography tips and reviews, so be sure to subscribe if you get a chance. You can also follow Mark on any of the following social channels: InstagramGoogle+ or on Flickr.

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