I can't wait to go to California next month. I can't wait (x500 million!) I'm so excited to explore San Francisco and hike all over Yosemite. I also can't wait to photograph the heck out of everything.
I was thinking about how many cameras I would bring with me and Matt thought I was crazy. "You just need one." One?! That's like telling a painter they can only use one color.
No, no. I at least need 3. And that's the bare necessities.
|Kodak Cine 8 Circa 1940 - Kodak Duaflex II Circa 1950 - Kodak Instamatic 134 Circa 1968 - Canon T70 Circa 1974|
This is my logic: The Rebel I'll use in San Francisco and all over Yosemite when we are not hiking. The D10 I'll use while hiking/ rock climbing because it is a beast and I won't break it if I trip or fall off a rock face. (I'm just saying, but lets seriously hope that does not happen.) The Instax Mini, I mean, do I need a reason? The photos are so cute.
Canon Rebel (+Photoshop) for "serious" photos: (ha)
|Arches National Park, UT|
|Self Portrait, 2008|
Canon Powershot D10 (+Photoshop) for adventurous and fun photos:
|Matt on Breakneck Ridge|
|Marissa and I at the "Catching Hell" Premier After Party|
Fuji Instax Mini for awesome tiny, cute photos:
|Sarah - Alexi down by the pond in CT|
I would really like to bring my Canon T70 because I'm trying to get myself back into shooting film, but I don't know if I'll be able to swing it. We'll see.. I'm not especially good at packing light, but if I have room maybe he will come along..
Canon T70 for 35mm film practice!:
|My Dad at Point Look Out Beach, NY|
|Sunset at Long Beach, NY|
(I may have just called my sister to ask her if it's "then" or "than" in "but then again." I can never keep those straight.)
P.S. Happy Cinco De Mayo! I tried and tried to find one of my photos of a margarita, but I failed.