Even though I earn my income mainly from software development, photography has been with me for a longer time that software development.
Photography is a process that is active pretty much all the time, regardless of whether I carry a camera or not. But it's more visible for people around me if I do have a camera. When I suddenly stop, walk back a few steps. Lean down, squint a bit. Then maybe just stand up again, catch up. Or, at other times, there is indeed an image there to be made.
When exposed to this behavior, a colleague of mine once said "wow, it must in fact be quite interesting being a photographer, seeing the world like that".
Yes, I think it is.
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Yes, I know: it's not about the gear. Or... well, it's not only about the gear, at least. You can't make great images with gear alone, without the creative process of "seeing the image". But good gear is a help. So if you are interested in the technical part, here is what I use: