Conversations with close-talkers are usually only awkward on your end. They could be telling you about how they found ten miniature unicorns in their backyard and all you are thinking about is whether your breath stinks and exactly how to angle your head so that you aren’t breathing on them, but it still kind of looks like you are paying attention.
While police and politicians continue to lay the blame for this week’s Stanley Cup riot in Vancouver on professional anarchists and hardened thugs with deep-seated criminal tendencies, the blogosphere and social networks such as Facebook have been revealing a much more uncomfortable truth.
Many of those who participated in the riot were not these types of people at all. They were, in many instances, the sons and daughters of good, upstanding citizens who today must still be in shock over what they’ve learned.
What camera do you use? Is there a different lense for normal, macro and far pictures?
I use a couple of different cameras, though nothing extraordinary. One’s a Nikon D50 DSLR and the other is my beloved Canon G9 point-and-shoot.
You can find lenses for practically every type of usage, but the most common ones I use on the D50 are the 50mm prime lens (great for portraits) and the 18-200mm (which provides a wide range of average usage).