Hello All, I am currently a hobbyist who shoots with a little older Canon 40D camera. I would like to get a little more serious and go into automotive photography (if this is the actual category). I grew up liking cars and as I get older it is becoming more of a passion. I have had the good fortune of owning a few corvettes with another one on the way in a year or two and find myself taking many pictures of my cars. I also like to attend as many car shows as I can as well as take in any local races. I recently bought a new mac pro for general use with the thought of maybe doing something more with it and I also have an older macbook pro (Early 2011) that I am considering selling and upgrading to a retina using my friends discount at Apple. I figure if I travel around at all or visit a client from time to time I could show off my work better on the retina. Thoughts? I bought the 40D as a kit a while ago which came with the basic lens (please don't laugh .lol) which is actually pretty good but I know it's not up to the task. Many people here stress buying lenses over a new body so any advice as to what would be good for "automotive" photography would be most helpful. My first thought is shooting a lot of "still" cars and eventually moving up to cars in motion. I would like to approach this with the possibility of turning it into a part time business so I want to be smart with my money and do this the right way. If it doesn't work out that way then at least I will be shooting what I love. Also, I am working a little with Lightroom 4. Is there any software suited better for this type of photography or am I really over thinking this? Thanks in advance to anyone who can offer some good advice!