- I love to wander around
New York City
- I can’t believe I created this in 2004. It has been a constant for me for years.
- In 2004 I lived with two roommates on the
Upper West Side.
- My bedroom didn’t have any windows.
- I spent weeks researching the purchase of my first digital camera, a Pentax Optio 550.
- My first camera ever was my Dad’s Pentax SLR. It’s older than me.
- It hadn’t been used for years when I rescued it from the bottom of the closet and took a photography class at
Meramec Community Collegein . St. Louis
- I could have stayed in the dark room for days if they let me.
- Taking pictures in
allowed me to really see it, since I rushed around so much most of the time. New York City
- The photoblog has allowed me to show my family what I’m seeing and doing.
- It has become my diary.
- Looking at older pictures on the blog helps me remember times, people and places that are starting to fade from my memory.
- I finally had some of my photos printed, framed, and hung up in my apartment in December.
- My current apartment has lots of windows and light.
- I have a fancier camera now, a Nikon D40x.
- I also have a camera phone, but I don’t post those snapshots because of their shoddy quality.
- I don’t carry a camera as much as I used to because it’s bulkier.
- I get annoyed with myself for worrying about looking like a tourist when I take photos in
- Having my camera in
made a great trip even better. Buenos Aires
- I’m really proud of some of those photos in particular.
- I wish there was a way to be invisible with a camera on the subway.
- I’m hesitant to take people’s photos because I never know how they will react.
- I don’t know how to use Photoshop (that’s probably pretty obvious).
- I would love to have access to a darkroom and use my film SLR again.
- I would love to take pictures of the kids I work with, but policies and ethics mean I leave my camera at home.