I lovelovelove my Canon. Granted, I’ve never owned any other type of professional camera before. A friend in the Bahamas told me that Canon EOS Rebels are the best to start out on if you’re pursuing photography. I have been able to teach myself a lot with it. I def recommend it :)
I wrote this in my diary a few weeks ago. I grabbed dinner with my high school lunch table. I haven’t seen them in four years. It was weird and good and probably a little bit necessary.
“Highschool will never happen again. People will tell you that those years are the best years of your life, but that’s not what they’re saying. Most of high school sucks. What they’re really saying is these moments are real and they will leave a lasting impression on the rest of your life. In between the constant change of friends and relationships you will find meaning that will be hard to come by again in the future. Whether good or bad, those years will shape you. They will be unmatchable in the long run.”
Thanks! I just got my Canon at the beginning of Fall so I’m only now learning how it works. I never really gave photo shoots a thought. I suppose photography has simply been a hobby. Maybe somewhere way down the road I’d consider them. I’d need to get a lot better before doing photo shoots haha.
- Me: It's just not practical
- Mom: So what? Life isn't practical.
I was talking to someone about my study abroad experience in Costa Rica. It was only for two weeks a few summers ago — but someone was asking about it today during our volunteer work at the Downtown Sailing Center. I never really bring it up in conversation but when I went home today I wound up going through some of my old photos from the trip. I want to remember this experience always.