I started with a 127 TLR ( age. 11), then a 620 boxer, then a quantum leap to an Only Pen F SLR half frame. ( wish I still had it!) Next a Pentax ES which took many 1000s of shots. Also a Petri rangefinder and Ricoh 500g rangefinder (great little camera). A Yashicamat 120 TLR, canon SLR film, a Canon ixus 60 p&s and a Canon 550D. Still use the ixus and the 550D most days.
All too true even for us blokes!
An F20 I think. Still some of them running and I had spent some hours with them. And yes, profragtop, that's about all the tools you needed. And some plaster tto help end your broken arm when it backfired as you tried to crank it!
Unfortunatly, if you were in NZ your fun may be of short duration as rabbits are public enemy no 1 here and can be shot on sight. Oh well, a sort life but a merry one!
Had a friend who made his living largely from photographing Motorsport - as photog of the year at it more than once and he was also a to notch landscape photog as well. So you can combine the two genres
Not a great fan of Lambos, prefer an Aston. Nice old Plymouth. Must have been a monster in its day
Soapy water sprayed on them makes them go away
Lap it up Laura - you have done well to be recognised like that! Just bask in the glory.
Of the 3 I would go for no 1. 2 seems a bit too processed and artificial. 3 doesn't do anything for me except a bit of fun
Pretty good on the whole. Must had a quick trigger finger to get the eagle (?) crapping!!!. I enjoyed them - tell her to keep on shoting
He will cross the rainbow bridge to meet you when it is your turn many, many years from now
Coolest camera bag I have ever seen. You lucky man!
Cool photo. I use ICE and then once I have the pano right
I save it, then take it in PS for final overall adjustments and resizing. Use levels before resizing.
Take the praise Jerry. If they love your work then bask in the glory.