Pay attention to upgrading your photography skills and accessories rather than life the camera if the photos you take are not satisfactory.
There is a constant thought in the minds of new photographers that the price of the camera determines the quality of the photos. The quality mentioned here is aesthetic, not resolution or pixels. In fact, a masterpiece photo can come from a common camera and vice versa, the poor craftsman still shoots the bad shots if there is a genuine camera. Nice photos or not due to people shooting more than the quality of the device.
Many people when buying a computer often ask questions to friends, or experts that the camera is good enough. Maybe in some cases it does not accomplish what you want but basically, no bad cameras were born in this day and age. Even the most popular camera can do all your needs well, even abundantly with features that are never needed.
For many people, the kit lens is like a throw-away product. They exist simply to help the initial use of the user more convenient. Of course, the lens kit has its drawbacks – mainly in aperture and focal range but it can be used in a versatile way. At the very least, don’t sell it as soon as you turn on the device or blame it because the photos are not yours.
Photography is a long-term learning process. Therefore, instead of thinking about spending a lot of money on high-end cameras to take better photos, you should find a suitable computer and spend the remaining money to buy what works for the process. Develop your photography skills.
Accessories like tripod, removable battery, camera bag, filters, some books are something you should have on hand. If you’re not happy with your photo, it’s not a camera error. The beautiful pictures only come when you have the aptitude and skills that are forged through the long-term accumulation process instead of upgrading the camera.