I also had another task to accomplish, besides having fun. And that was to use my new/used camera body and new lens . . . and it proved a bit challenging at first. I had the wrong priority setting at the beginning so I did not have all the photos I was hoping for. However, I figured it out as I went along and the fun began . . .
I arrived a little late, and when I walked in Adrian Rameriz (left) and Dan Serapin (right) were already jamming. So I kitted up with my new/used camera body and new lens, and went on to play "shoot'm or loose'm" with the camera.
By now I am settling in with my camera. Can you tell? As you look around this gallery, there are never ending photo ops. You can go crazy, shooting photo after photo, perhaps a million photos, and still not be able to take it all in . . . and that is a good thing.
Oh, and my new/used camera with new lens also does video . . . so I tried it for the first time. I thought this was very cool of Melissa to get up front and just do something before we all went home. She got lost in her groove, and when she came out of it, well, watch the expression on her face at the end! It's priceless!! (Expand it to full screen so you can see it better. The original is much more clear. For whatever reason this blog site reduced the image quality.)
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