Listening to: Concord Dawn
Watching: SG- Atlantis
Should I invest my money into a new camera with more Megapixels and a longer/faster shooting capability?, or should I invest in a lighting setup and a few accessories for my camera. My K100D is an excellent camera but like my previous camera I've exploited it's full potential. I have the K20D in my mind, it'll set me back bout $1300 bucks but it has a 14mp sensor and has live view!, this is especially useful for strange angles which normally would be extremely hard to attain, the only thing I don't like about the camera is it's small 2.7 inch screen and the inability to extend out and swivel from the camera. Everybody these days either has a Nikon or Canon but no one really knows of Pentax, it has been in the business of cameras for over 50 years and had numerous appearances on tv and movies such as American Ganger and the upcoming horror/thriller movie called Shutter, I just love this company. Their ability to release cameras that are cheaper than it's equivalent rivals but don't skimp out on the features and quality, leaves little to be desired.
For the moment I'm getting tons of practice and with my single class every Tuesday, I'm actually learning a lot. But I wish to learn more!, I can't wait till I start my full time studies in the fall!. Currently I'm seeking out models, amateur and professional alike so I can better develop my portrait technique. I get tons of support from my friends but many of them are shy, why?, I do not know.
I can't even stop talking about this but for the time being I'm pretty content with my life, even though I'm single and oh damn, wouldn't mind a companion these days. But I have my profession/hobby to keep me busy so it takes the sting off. I and quite a few students from Mcgill University and facebook will be meeting up tomorrow to visit Graffiti land. I actually visited that place a while ago with a few friends of mine and I took quite a few successful shots in the process, the images are part of the "Switching Station" series. It's not actually a fun land or anything of the sort but a set of abandoned buildings with, you guessed it, tons of graffiti!. So I'm pretty psyched for that. All in all, this is a good time ^_^.