I love it when you go antiquing and find those little box cameras for ten bucks! Expecially the ones that take 120 film! So, yesterday I got two of them, $10 each, and a Pentax K1000 (no lens) for dirt cheap! What better way to learn medium format photography than with a box camera? What a great day!
Isn't it amazing when you look back on your life and realize how time has passed. It seems I've been taking an awfully lot for granted with photography. I never really thought about the things I learned in grade school that I never thought about, yet, could barely make it through a darkroom session without them. For instance; multiplication tables. Do you know your multiplication tables? I do because my dad made me! But yet, I haven't decided whether they're applicable in the ordinary world. Is photography so un-ordinary?