Posts Tagged ‘fuji x100’

This is why I shoot Elderly Photo Visits.  It gives me the chance to preserve memories that will last long after our parents and grandparents are gone.  And will be cherished by generations to come.

I printed this photo and gave it to several family members in frames I picked up at Goodwill (50% off sale today, yay), because without printing our photos, they really don’t exist.  So, print your photos.  Frame them and live with the memories in your home.


…then a detail photo, one that lets us really see something that we might have missed, is worth a million, too!





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“That’s my girlfriend behind me. She’s great because at dinner, she doesn’t talk too much.”My Girl

Yesterday was 50 degrees and sunny in Denver. A good day to walk around the Mile High Flea Market. The place is huge, and because of the great weather, it was packed with shoppers.

I went there for two reasons, to shop for bargains myself, and to document it in photographs. It’s very photogenic, and the longer I stayed, the more I saw. And I picked up a Crumpler shoulder bag for $5, and an old Canon EF body with a 50mm f1.4 for $10.

For this kind of street shooting, it helps to have a big crowd, and I walked with a simple Fuji X100 on a strap around my neck, looking like a visiting tourist to Denver.

It’s so true that one of the things that you need to make great photographs is to be there. And I’m glad I went and got to make these images.

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