Heard on the radio:
Want a camera that is easy to use and takes good photos?
My first thought: No. Because it’s not the camera that makes the photo good, you do.
Good photos record a worthwhile experience; and those experiences are earned, not taken.
Look this way.
Morgan’s Apartment, South of Market, San Francisco, California
Leica M8, Zeiss Biogon 2.8/25ZM
1/16sec, ISO320, 25mm (33mm)
There are few small cameras harder to use (and slower) than a Leica.
“i like to poke things with my finger. tummies, ears and noses mostly. oh, and jello. jello is fun to poke. red jello. no, green.”
—Cyan. Always causing trouble.
Shared a morning with two friends who are leaving Facebook after four years. Then I noticed I was the only one with ratty shoes.
I’m the only one without the cool shoes
Starbucks, South of Market, San Francisco, California
Leica M8, Cosina-Voigtländer NOKTON Classic 40mm f1.4 S.C., B+W 486 IR Cut
1/125sec, iso160, 40mm (53mm)
Even Cyan was sporting the Kitteh.
Oh well, one of the nice things about living here is other people have taste.