I am struggling with what might be the smartest next investment for my personal photography.
I want to really improve the quality of my architecture photography.
I also want a to make my post-processing a much better experience.
I go back and forth comparing upgrading DSLR (to full frame) with a 24mm tilt shift (possibly 17mm if I were to change brands from Nikon to Canon but I really like the D750) to a computer upgrade aka a new iMac.
A wise person brought up that with the large files produced by a camera upgrade, I would need something strong and powerful to process them. I currently have a Mid 2012 MacBook Air (13") with 8GB ram and only 120GB internal harddrive storage.
New iMacs, I can have 24-32GB ram and 1TB-3TB storage onboard.
But I am really feeling like my Nikon D300 is struggling in quality these days.
Either way, these are pretty big investments. I know I could rent the full-frame + lens for specific jobs/clients. But that can sometimes be tough to time properly it seems.
I know @thomashawk recently got a 5K iMac and wonder if anyone else would have an great advice in my scenario.
I'd probably look to sell a few lenses that I don't use often at all and don't really contribute to the direction I want to focus on in photography.
If I could do all 3, it would be beautiful LOL