This won’t be a daily post, but as photography is one of my passions, I thought it would be fun to share some of my photos every now and again–and the stories behind them. And since the log starts back when I was about twelve years old, while I can tell you what type of camera and lens I was using… I have no clue what speed the film was (it was probably Kodachrome (film or slide–I do know all of the first trip to Germany was slide film) by Kodak or Ilfa (if it’s black and white)), nor the aperture at which it was shot. For the purists, I’m sooo sorry, but I don’t pay a lot of attention to the F-stop either. For as much as I love photography, I don’t worry about these particulars.
I can tell you a lot more about the hardware used to shoot these photos:
- Canon A-1, Canon 28-80mm, Canon 70-210mm (all older than me!): Grand Tetons National Park to USC
- Canon Eos Elan IIe, Canon 28-80mm, Canon 100-300mm (1997-2007): Coors Field (the first time) to Kent at Home (Coors Field the second time)
- Canon Eos 5D Mark II, Canon 28-80mm, Canon 100-300mm (5D is 2007-present, lenses are 1997-present): Washington, D.C. to Present
The photos are listed in chronological order of when they were taken… and if there is a series of photos (like my 1994 Germany trip, the 2007 Washington, D.C. tour, the 2010 Olympics, or my European tour in 2011), the photos are listed in alphabetical order by subject. That means the list will continue to grow as I continue to travel and shoot photos… (keep in mind I have oodles of travel planned for this coming year, too!).
If the link isn’t hotted up, you now know some of what you have to look forward to… never fear, I’ll grab a link to this page whenever I hot one up and post it to that current day’s post.