None of the above. I was a full time professional photographer for 35 years over a time span of 50 years. During the 15 years I was not a full time pro, I was a photographer-reporter or photographer-editor for a few years and did some other things for a few years. I'm retired now. Since retiring I have managed to rescue (not collect) a whole lot of camera gear, more than I can ever use. I found a 1960s Nikkor 50mm f1.4 and got it for basically nothing and also got real bargains on Nikkor 80-200 f2.8 and 20mm f2.8 20mm lenses. These I do use. I also have a dozen Minoltas, a near-new Olympus OM10 with several lenses and the gizmo that lets you set fstop and shutter speed. I have a specially-modified Yashicamat used by a major wire service in olde days before the Nikon F and a really cosmetically sharp Rolleiflex. I also have my Nikon F with the motor/battery pack that I used to shoot a Muhammad Ali title fight and Elvis (to mention just a couple of assignments.)
I have written a novel about Hollywood in the good/bad all days and once I launch that I think I will work on a photo book of my celeb and news photos. More tired than retired, I guess.
Sounds like an interesting and eventful life. Wouldn't mind reading some stories if you ever feel like sharing.