I hope you follow David Burnett, somewhere out there. He’s one of THE greats of photography and has been at—seemingly—every major newsworthy event of the past fifty years. He graciously allowed me to use an edit of his images to teach a class—his images from covering Apollo 11. He loves shooting on old cameras and seeking out old lenses. I’ve seen him turn up to a function with an 8x10 camera under his arm. And there’s nothing quite like seeing someone, at a modern technological marvel like the Olympics, set up trackside, with a Speedgraphic... and then see him, later, in the press room, enveloped in a large black bag! Here he is, trackside in Rio: He’s a fantastic storyteller, too. Everyone keeps insisting that he should write a book, collecting all his stories. He’s worth following on Instagram just to read some of them. As for lens mounts, one of the things I’ve always loved about Nikon is that they’ve allowed people to continue to use older F-mount lenses into the modern era. I have an old fisheye that I can use on a D850. It’ll even give me focus confirmation. And should I make the leap to Nikon Z I can adapt all of my lenses via the FTZ adapter.