• 1 GB of memory lasts most people a month but barely lasts you the afternoon.
  • You know what aperture-priority means.
  • You delete more photos in a week than most people make all year.
  • You need just one more lens.
  • You’ve crawled on the ground to get a shot of something rusty.
  • Your camera equipment is worth more than your car.
  • No one else brings a camera to an event if they know you’re coming.
  • Your family doesn’t recognize you without a camera covering your face.
  • You have thousands of pictures and you’re not in any of them.
  • You’ve been up before dawn or out in the freezing cold or even done something semi-dangerous… all for a photograph.
  • Your friends ask you to shoot a family Christmas portrait for them as a favor.
  • You wish your camera equipment cost less so that your insurance would cost less.
  • You put your digital film wallet in your pants pocket in the morning even before your car keys.
  • You have enough camera bags in your closet to pack up your entire house.
  • You choose airlines based on carry on baggage allowance.
  • PS7 is a software program and not a school you attended as a child.
  • Your family cringes every time you say, “I’ll be right there, I just need to take a couple shots of this.”
This list was originally posted on my old Lexar blog. Since that blog is no longer active I have reposted the list here. I do not know who originally made the list up, but whoever it was, thanks.
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