Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Going Out of Town . . . Combining Thursday & Friday Posts

Hi All

I am going out of town, so I thought I'd post Thursday's Tip and Friday's Fun Photo in one post.

Tip: Keep it simple! Don't take a ton of cameras and lenses with you when you are out shooting. The more gear you have, the fewer the great shots you'll get. That is scientifically proven.

Friday's Fun Photo: Write a caption for this photo and post it here! Be kind :-)

Have a good weekend!

Rick

15 comments:

Matt said...
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Dean Bryant Johnson said...

"Six shall be the number and the number shall be six. And on the Seventh Day thou shalt download and process the work of thy six Canon."

...a mixture of Genesis and Monty Python. Frankly I'm jealous!

Dean said...

"Six shall be the number and the number shall be six. And on the Seventh Day thou shalt download and process the work of thy six Canon."

...a mixture of Genesis and Monty Python. Frankly I'm jealous!

danocamera said...

"What do you mean, 'overcompensating'?"

jefflynchdev said...

Canon's new sensor cleaning system. 100% effective, 100% safe.

Jim said...

Dang, my shoe is untied!

Jeff said...

This little Canon shoots wide.
This little Canon shoots long.
This little Canon shoots fast.
This little Canon shoots slow.
And this little Canon went snap, snap, snap all the way home.

Barbara Brock said...

Oh, oh, any body got a memory card?

Orion Thunter said...

This way I never need to change the lenses on my bodies

Mike Sly said...

"welcome to the new mobile B&H camera dept"

Eyes Into Infinity said...

You can never have enough gear... especially during a midlife crisis!

Carolyn Fox said...

All these cameras and I still only got one good shot!

djbrandt said...

"Hi, I'm your caddy Wen Li. The 400mm f4 will easily reach that moose at 100 yards, however you could always lay up with the landscape 16-35 f2.8"

ifpottawa said...

I'mmmm Sooooo Coonnnffussed......

Kelly Allen said...

"Here is my collection of primes, it's totally worth it!"