-It finally feels like summer here in Los Angeles, which is a weird thing to say in the middle of July!

-These photos above were taken in Avalon. I couldn’t resist the old Mini Cooper. I want one so so bad.

-I’ve been looking at portrait kits for my Land Camera. Googling all night, trying to learn more about it, but still feel somewhat in the dark. Does anyone have one for their camera? And do you like it? I’m just curious. I’ll keep researching more..

-Doing an engagement shoot this coming Saturday, so i’ll have some goodies to share here on Monday. Excited!

*Edit- I’ve been corrected! The car is a Honda N600, not a Mini Cooper.



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  1. July 14, 2010

    I have a portrait kit and while I don’t use it a ton, I am glad to have it. It’s nice to be able to get a little closer for shots w/ my automatic 250. I also have a close up kit which I have a lot of trouble using as what I see and what I get always shifts. I don’t know if it’s just me or par for the course with the kit. Do not have that problem with the portrait kit though.

  2. July 14, 2010

    Oh boy, I definitely need to read more into it because I didn’t know there was a different in the two. That’s awesome that you have them though! Was it hard to find? I was looking around on ebay and googling around but couldn’t find the one fit for my camera.

    Gonna go search your stream now for shots from the kit :D

    Hope you’re well : )

  3. July 15, 2010

    I don’t think I tag the kits…but basically you can get closer with the close up kit than the portrait kit…so it depends on what you want to do! I got both of them a couple years ago. I think I got the portrait kit from davebias when I bought my Automatic 250 from him. And the close up kit I think is from Option8. I forget which camera you have? I’ll let you know if I come across anything!

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