Never mind, I'm not holding off photography, I want to start young, so I have yet another question, is it wise, as a first dslr, to buy into the more advanced dslrs than entry-level as I've said before I don't want the hassle of reselling and wasting money, if so, which model should I get? I'm going Canon since I have a feeling that Canon was meant for me. ;p
I'll probably buy the body only and get a sigma 50 f1.4 so keep that in mind.
and I might switch to the 50d mark x in the future so the lens I purchase have to be fully mountable on the 50d, hope I am specific enough, sorry, I'm not all that technical when it comes to dslrs
I'd like to shoot street/cityscape, maybe landscape, family&amp;friends, food &lt;3, and maybe models when I'm pro...
Well... the more advanced body for more intermediate users is the Canon 7D. The T3i is the best beginner camera they have out right now. But I like your thinking. If I were you and you don't mind not knowing how to actually use the camera for a while but start to get accustomed to using it get the 7D. It's a pretty advanced camera though and the only upgrade from there would be a 5D MK II. You will probably like the 50 a lot though.
and lax, what's your collection of lenses?
I only have 1 right now which is the Canon 24mm f/1.4L II. I'm starting to save up for a Canon 85mm f/1.2L but I may get rid of the 24L cause I think it is too wide for me. I actually miss my 50L it's just that it wasn't wide enough (to anyone that cares when I get the 85L I'm going FF right after that so that's why..), and I figured if I have a 24L 50 1.4 and 85 1.2 it would compliment each other nicely.