I write this guide to vlogging over at the Don’s Photo blog yesterday. I had done one back in April based on Casey Neistat‘s setup but some of the feedback was that it was too expensive. Of course thinking through more affordable options now has me thinking about picking up either a Canon EOS Rebel T5i or a Canon EOS Rebel SL1 and Canon’s 24mm f/2.8 lens. That’s the problem with being given the freedom to write this stuff, I end up selling to myself. At the price point, the Canon EOS Rebel SL1 is a great camera and with the size of that an the lens, it is not much bigger than the $1600 Fujifilm X100-T with the same sized APS-C sensor. That and I love the 35mm focal length for almost everything.
Speaking of work, we are doing a fall photo walk starting at the Diefenbaker Canada Centre tomorrow at 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Some colleagues are joining me and then we will head to Alexander’s for some food and drink afterwards.
We are going to do a winter one after Christmas. For photographers in Saskatchewan Christmas is both awesome and horrible. We get all of this gear and then are trapped in winter for months. So during Wintershines, we will head downtown, take some shots of people skating at the Cameco Meewasin Skating Rink @PotashCorp Plaza, head through the downtown to the Saskatoon Farmer’s Market and use some of the gear we all got for Christmas. It should be fun. Cold but fun. Also I just cut and pasted the skating rink name into this post from Meewasin’s page. I just noticed the @PotashCorp in the name. Interesting.
I expected the Broncos to be 8-8 this season so the losing isn’t unexpected. They might get to be 10-6 but since they won the Super Bowl last year, I can’t complain.
I love the Blue Jays but if Cleveland won the World Series in the same season they won the NBA championship, I wouldn’t be upset.