Saturday, December 1, 2007

Shooting Since Six

I started out at six with a Vivitar point and shoot, the year later was when the real shooting began...

I was addicted to Gundam then (well I still am...) and one day got interested and picked up my favorite model and shot it with my dad's Pentax P30n at the back of his car.

My earliest decent SLR shot (2003)
Pentax P30n + SMCP A 35-70/4 + Kodak ProImage 100

On one of my field trips to Laguna, my friends and I got distracted and I got away with a few good shots of them and then some.

Running around with a Canon in Grade 2 (2004)
Canon EOS 1000 Fn + EF 35-80/4-5.6 + Kodak ProImage 100

At second grade I got a model airplane as a toy. One day my dad said it was time to practice with the camera and I took a picture of the wooden plane.

Product shots test (2005)
Pentax MZ-M + SMCP A 35-70/4 + Kodak ProImage 100

On a drive, my family, my friend Tricia and I went to Tagaytay City. My dad lent her the Canon EOS 20D while I manned the Pentax. Next thing you know we're "shooting" each other. ^_^

Shooting Duel with Tricia (2005)
Pentax MZ-5n + SMCP F 35-80/3.5-5.6 + Kodak Ultima 100

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