|Kodak Duaflex II + Canon Rebel + Macro Lens = TTV Photographs (These are my first 3 taken in Forks, WA; Seattle, WA; and my parents living room.)|
TTV stands for "Through the Viewfinder." Basically, you use a digital camera to take a picture through the viewfinder of an old camera. The viewfinder of the Duaflex works amazingly well, but it's also possible to do this with any camera. It's fun and frustrating. Some people build tunnel like contraptions to actually connect the 2 cameras to keep light out of the way. I just fiddle around until I can get a good shot! (Probably the more irritating way.) A macro lens is also needed because your digital camera has to photograph what it sees on the little viewfinder of the other camera.
Ok, now onto the ramblings. I am exhaustedddaa. Running is so hard. I feel like it's getting harder to complete 2 miles instead of easier! I think that means I need a day off, right? I'm going to take this weekend off because I'll be too busy doing things.
Saturday I'll be in Manhattan with Matt hopefully eating at a ramen place that does not take reservations and makes you wait 3 hours (I'm not even kidding) and I think that is the most insane thing ever and the ramen better be superb. I know that was a silly sentence, but all of sudden I got angry about how they make you wait so long. Just take reservations! Anyway. We're also going to a huge hiking store so Matt can use a gift card on some amazing gearrrr.
Sunday I'll be at Shea stadium cheering for the Mets even though I'm a Yankee fan. We're finally celebrating Niki's birthday and since she is a Mets fans, my Matt and I will just have to deal. Besides, I heard the new stadium is amazing and has an insane amount of food.. perfect. (That was a serious "perfect" in case it came off as sarcastic.)
Happy Friday! <3