We always talk about it, Sam and I.
What a great life it must be to be a 1 year old. Imagine it…sleeping from noon ’til 3PM each day and crying for someone to come pick you up out of bed when you finish.
Grace doesn’t like to be whisked out of bed immediately. She likes to simmer and tease you by standing there with her blanket. I posted about this behavior here. She backed up in her crib when I walked in with my big black camera.
Photo tips, philosophy and technical information:
Shot with Eos 1n 35mm camera. Tri-x film. Exposure unknown. 24mm lens
The 24mm lens is the short end of the 24-70mm Canon L series lens that floats amongst my Canon cameras. I purchased it new July of 2003 and have used it extensively the last 7 years. It was expensive mine was 1500 dollars new. I could probably sell it for $800 today. I purchased it with my Eos 1Ds back then. I paid a steep 8000 dollars for the 1ds. I could maybe sell the 1ds for $800 to $1000 today. Digital cameras become undesirable mighty quick.
This particular lens has just about every single feature that you might wish to have in a lens with it’s zoom range. It’s a little heavy. Thats my only complaint.
Great camera equipment is addictive. Beware the siren song of the camera seller.
-Jon Ball is a portrait photograher living in Boise Idaho. His website is www.studiojonball.com. Thank you for reading photo tips.