I have made the decision to stop pursuing photography as a business and go back to enjoying photography as a hobby. As a result of this, I have decided to sell all my DSLR gear and studio gear. My focus was doing baby photography, which is what I enjoy. What I don't enjoy is the marketing and advertising side, it does not come naturally to me and I have to force myself. Even with focussing on a niche the local area is saturated with photographers, a lot crap, but a few good ones and seeing that I don't want to make it my main job, it takes a lot of time away from family and we are expecting a child in Nov/Dec this year, I don't want to be spending my weekends doing photography away from my family. I was starting to get a fair few paying baby sessions (and a few other misc jobs including a couple of proms for schools) coming in but then 12 months ago we lost our first baby at 38 weeks gestation which caused me to withdraw from everything for quite a while, and I've tried to get back into the market since earlier this year but I just haven't any conversions, and I just don't want to keep pushing something (the marketing) that doesn't come naturally to me... Since I decided this last weekend I felt pressure off my shoulders to get clients to make all my expensive DSLR and studio gear worthwhile... I have been very happy with my OM-D E-M5 since buying it late last year, and its been the camera I've picked up for everything (except for the couple of paid shoots I did). I found I gave up on doing stuff like landscapes, etc because it wouldn't make me money, and that's not the reason I got into photography originally for. So I'm looking forward to just doing photography as a hobby and with my M43 kit instead of a big, heavy, intimidating DSLR. I'm also looking forward to getting back to "playing" and experimenting with photography including "strobist" style photography which is something I enjoy and messing around with things like a Igus slider track I bought and then never had time to finish it (might mess around with an Arduino and make a motorised slider for video and timelapse ) Anyone else been through this...?