After spending a year shooting with my G5 it's been quite odd to use an SLR again – everything feels unfamiliar. And while I wouldn't go as far as saying that my camera is getting in the way of me taking shots, it certainly isn't as transparent a process as usual; i.e. I'm needing to think about aspects of my shots that previously I would have taken for granted. None of which is really a problem, I'll get used to it soon enough, it justs feels a little bit strange at the moment.

As for this shot: it's a little different from my usual stuff, but I'm making a conscious effort to take more 'people' shots.

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3.54pm on 23/9/04
Canon 20D
50mm f1.8
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1/5000
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