As some readers will know I have been posting a new picture every day, taken that day, with the Nikon Df. Yesterday, June 24th was the first time I missed a day with that camera, due to travel. While traveling I kept the Sony RX100v.1 on my belt. So that has led me to reconsider my picture a day project. Starting with the 24th of June the picture a day will be with any camera I have, which was the RX100 yesterday. I suppose the Nikon Df will continue to dominate this project but the pictures will no longer be exclusively with that camera. I completed as of June 23rd 168 days of a new picture every day with the Df. Here are some additional travel shots with the RX100. The 30th street rail station in Philly is a magnificent old building.
Here is the handy belt holster for the RX100.
The reason I was traveling was for the Lenswork Roadshow led by Brooks Jensen, a truly inspirational conference.
Oh, and don’t let me forget the waitress at the Californian for lunch, who looked so puzzled when I asked if I could take her picture. “What should I do?” she said. “Just ignore me” said I.
The last three shots were taken with the Fujifilm X100s. That’s all for now.
Dan, of course you sort things out very well and make interesting photos.
May I suggest, a picture a day with any camera but… each have their own calendar…..
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