So here is my second fashion like post. I promise to be posting soon about some great 35mm cameras next time.
This outfit was worn on another jam packed day of site seeing in Rome. I decided to dress a little more comfy and wear sneakers and a sweatshirt. I loved the monochromatic look of mostly black and grey with a pop of color found in my sneakers. My Coach crossbody was once again great as it was easy to just have it on and not really have it be in the way.
I am in the process of overhauling my website and a part of that is adding a little bit of fashion and lifestyle to the blog. I will still be mainly focusing on analog photography and cameras, but I just wanted to add a little something else to the mix. Hope you enjoy my first attempt at a fashion post.
This camera is soooo cute and is small enough for me to put in my purse when I am on the go. I mainly used it to shoot around the neighborhood and I took it on a trip to Lake Tahoe earlier in the year. These cameras can be found pretty easily on Ebay or Etsy, and can be found pretty cheap at an average of about $15.
Canon Sure Shot Camera
This mainly black with red accent cameras was first manufactured by Canon in November 1979. It was the world’s first Lens-Shutter 35mm autofocus camera at the time. It uses a triangulation system with a near-infrared emitting diode (IRED). The near-infrared beam also enables focusing under low-light conditions, which made the camera a hit product during its time.The lens has a 3.8 mm focal length and a maximum aperture of f/2.8.