Photography...

When I was a child, the family "snaps" were taken with a Kodak "Box Brownie" camera. I was allowed to take the occasional photo with this camera, although it was a fairly rare priviledge as the 120 sized roll film was expensive and the subsequent developing and printing added substantially more to the cost.

In my early teens and bitten by the photography bug, I was fortunate enough to get a camera of my own as a Christmas present from my parents. This was the mid 1960's and the Russian made Zenit range of cameras were very popular. I was still at school during this time and luckily our science teacher was an enthusiast who not only took photographs but also developed his own films. A few of us soon formed an informal "photography club" where we learned some of the technical basics of photography.

Around 1980, having long since left school and now working, I bought myself an Olympus OM10. This is the camera I would use for the next 20 years or so, particularly around the time of the birth and early years of our two sons.

Those two sons and my wife got together at Christmas 2007 and presented me with a Canon EOS 400D digital SLR.

 

 

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