Taking the camera for a walk by prudencechan, journal
Taking the camera for a walk
First time we took the Canon camera with us on a trip.
Mom and I went to Buenos Aires last month - second time I visited the city and I love it more everytime I set foot there. And while I wasn't there necessarily to take photographs, we got some great shots out of it. One of them is already up, will upload more when I get the time - no, I lie, I do have time, I just need to stop procrastinating so much.
Putting my photography classes into practice left me with sore legs, sunburnt shoulders and tiny glimpses of personal style that start to shine through the piles of wasted pixels.
Still far from being confident in it, though. Guess it will come at the right time. :)
I'm having photography classes. Again.
The first time I had a photography class was in Junior High, at school. One year of learning the basics - exposure, ISO, aperture, photometry and so on and so off, back when digital cameras were just starting to leave the sci-fi world and become reality.
Five years would go by before I took a picture in Manual mode again. (Five painful years limited to a focus-free Yashica that gave you as much control as changing the ISO from 100 to 400 and turning the flash on and off.) Then, during my third semester on college, photography classes - 6 more months of relearning the basics, which I had forgotten by th