an article from Shutterbug magazine: Why Using Less Photo Gear Is Often Better Than Using More by Dan Havlik “ Perfectionism is one of the most costly traits if it isn't strictly necessary,” DeArco says. “Often times we get caught up hyperfocusing on the wrong things – making us unproductive as photographers and creatives.” Or, in other words, don’t let the perfect be the enemy of the good, as the old expression goes. And don’t get bogged down with worrying about how much gear you think you need to use. Just keep it simple, stupid, as another famous principle of life goes. Since the video is a little bit difficult to explain, just give it a watch and tell us what you think in the comments. We hope you find it as enlightening as we did. You can watch more of DeArco's ideas and musings on his YouTube page. Read more at Why Using Less Photo Gear Is Often Better Than Using More: The Photographer’s Paradox, the now online-only magazine, from 2018.