Thursday, March 20, 2008
The photo shoot for Jestaplero's I Can Explain Everything record entailed carting about $2,800 worth o' photo gear to a glorious, secret Brooklyn location.
A medium-format SLR, a medium-format TLR, tripods galore [well, one of those broke. So we BOUGHT tripods galore . . . . .]. A lotta decent stuff.
To protect ourselves, and for fun, I grabed about nineteen shots with a Canon SD10 point-and-shoot digital. One of the first "shirt-pocket" cameras, and [to this day] one of the smallest; they've expanded features, but haven't really shrunk the bastards.
I guess we know which camera obtained the cover image, don't we?
I bought a replacement / backup for $8. $5 shipping and handling.
The universe is coming to an end.
Writ by Matthew Brady sometime around 3/20/2008 11:03:00 AM