I like to take photographs.
And I think I have a pretty good eye.
But I am not the most knowledgeable photographer.
And still, I try.
While I admit depth of field and apertures make my head spin a bit, I try.
I want the option to play with my settings, a camera I can learn with.
So I felt it was time to move up. Something with interchangeable lens and better quality photographs.
So, an SLR, right?
Well, I started reading and decided there was another option.
A Micro Four Thirds system camera.
A bigger sensor than a point and shoot. Interchangeable lenses. Almost SLR quality.
And yet, it is small. And light.
So, I bought one.
Ok, actually, I bought two.
I 'needed' a new 'pocket' camera. A point and shoot, but with some telephoto range. One that I can have in my pocket, my bag, my car, always at the ready. So a bit ago I picked up this one
Also, I took these photos using a $5 lightbox I made based on some online articles, with a cardboard box and some tracing paper and a fair bit of tape.