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All of those. Long ago, especially before digital it was more to document things like trips, get togethers, etc. Once I got into digital my interests and experimentation expanded, but for a long while my kids were a primary subject, especially with youth sports, and family vacations. I also enjoy documenting interesting things around my town and nearby towns especially if I think or know that thing is going away soon or changing. And being in Massachusetts one of my favorite subjects are old cemeteries both for documenting old stuff, exploring the old "artwork" carved in stone, and for occasional forays into trying to be artistic especially if I happen to have my infrared camera with me. Oh ya, I like to shoot IR as well.What do you like to photograph the most? People, buildings, wildlife...anything that grabs you attention?
So much to learn - I never heard os steampunk? I am going to google that. Can you post some photos or did you already do it? Also fairs would be interesting. I assume that when you say 12-200 mm lens you actually mean Oly 12-100mm. I have that lens and when I go minimalist, that is what I take (together with Pany 7-14 or Samyang 7.5).
If they are going to use a device with a screen, it's going to have a shutter button on it.I just needed an expensive hobby, and I don't have as much time for golf!
More seriously, but still related, I enjoy the creativity and technical aspects of it. Plus it also helps me get outside and take the kids with me. My oldest is now starting to show an interest, and the next in line wants a camera for his birthday. If they are going to use a device with a screen, it's going to have a shutter button on it.
My daughter's first camera was a $25 Panasonic S1 off eBay. No, not that S1, the older one that comes in pink!If they are going to use a device with a screen, it's going to have a shutter button on it.
that sounds good and potentially expensive
And a good excuse to legitamise an update
Pavel, I've had some kind of camera in my hands since I was about 8 y.o.Some people photograph to remember what they saw on vacations or to remember get togethers with friends and family or to document hobbies of family members (soccer parents?). Some people photograph for fun for something to do and perhaps to hang photos on the wall or to post on their blog. Some people photograph to share photos with friends. Some photograph because they use the photos in support of other hobbies. People that love wildlife tend to become wildlife photographers. People that like planes end up photographing planes. Some people see photography as an artistic outlet. Did I miss something? Please tell.
What do you like to photograph the most? People, buildings, wildlife...anything that grabs you attention?