pdx/sea, no. 7
i think it’s time to finish sharing photos from my trip to portland and seattle (although i do still have more pics that i will post here and there). my time in seattle was short, but i tried to do lots of fun stuff while i was there. i spent an afternoon walking around and snapping photos with anna and jon, my wonderful seattle tourguides. and that last photo is from breakfast with molly on my last day (where this was taken). we got pastries from honore bakery. well, i got 2 different kinds … i had been eating like a crazy person all week, so i figured there was no need to stop then. they were both amazing — the kouign amann and a canelé. i’m drooling just thinking about them. what a memorable morning. i hope to be able to spend more time in seattle one day soon.
also, hello to all of you who came here from decor8 blog. i appreciate all of your nice comments and emails. unfortunately, i’m so behind on answering emails right now that i wanted to answer the question that most people asked me right here. what sort of camera do i use?
for digital photos, i use a canon digital rebel xTi with the kit lens or, most of the time, a prime lens (a canon 50mm f/1.8). but most of the photos i’ve been sharing here over the past few months are film photos (you can tell if the photos are film by looking at the tags of a post). for my film shots, i use a pentax k1000, with a 50mm f/1.7 prime lens. i use a variety of different film types (most often, it’s fuji 400H or portra 400nc). and i take medium-format shots with my diana+.
i hope that is helpful. and i hope the rest of this week passes quickly, because it’s another tough one. but looking at the photos above from my trip have put a smile on my face.
hope to be back here tomorrow for friday flickr faves.