On my list of 101 things to do in 1001 days is the goal to become more photogenic. Ryan does alright, but of course I hate the way I photograph. So to cure this horrible disease I have decided to practice having my photo taken every month. This is our second month and I promised i would do this for an entire year, its actually a pretty good idea and I should be doing this every month for the rest of my life. That would be the ultimate goal.
So I have been dying to take some shots of Ryan and I shooting with our collection of old cameras. We have 13 that we received as gifts from friends and family.
So here is our monthly photo shoot, the pano was shot at Sunnidale Park, Barrie, and the individuals were shot at our local airport.
And here is our equipment list for this shoot, LOL.
2- Canon 40 D’s (we just bought them 2 days ago)
1- Canon 20 D (the 2nd backup is in the shop, for more details on our possessed camera please read the article from August 31st)
1- Canon EOS Digital Rebel
1- Sony Cybershot DSCF828 (now converted to infrared)
1- Canon Elph APS Limited Edition (Gold Plated)
1- Yashica Minister
1- Kodak Instamatic 314
1- Kodak Hawkeye Instamatic
1- Super Ricohflex Medium Format TLR
1- Kodak Vigilant SIX- 20 (Original folding bellows compact camera, Made in Toronto)
2- Brownie SIX-20 (Made in Canada)
1- Kopil Zoom 8 EE (This is a video camera for those of you who may not have known the brand LOL)
My Fave shot of Ryan.
Me with the camera my Grandpa gave me.
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