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Saturday, April 17, 2010

Canon my Favorite Camera

I love photography even though I do not have a formal lesson about it. My interest in taking pictures started when I was in college. My father hand me down his vintage Canon camera. In fact, it can only take black and white pictures. It was heavy and it can take good shots. That was my first camera and finally, my aunt gave me a digital camera which I used every so often. I usually love to take pictures of the people and places. I use the macro feature when the subject is flower and faces. I took pictures of the faces and wacky moments of my baby cousins which they keep as "memorabilia" of their childhood. I captured funny faces and rare moments of their lives as they grow up. At school, one of the teachers in photography handle the Audio-Visual Resources in the school's library. He usually hold his class in the AVR showing his students the technique of capturing good pictures. I was working as a student assistant and with that, I had fun listening to his class. My interest in photography expand but, my fascination of canon camera still locked me in. I do not own an SLR yet but, I am saving to purchase it. Right now, I enjoyed taking pictures of places, birds and flowers.

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