Here's the 411 on where to go if you're going
somewhere that i've been. The info you'll find here is from direct experience, it may be different for u ... but u won't know
unless u go there for yourself.
The usual weather, conditions, kind of film to shoot, best type of camera
to take...if you're going to a city look up the professional photo labs online first and find a good 1hr lab also to
get your film developed BEFORE u return. Buy your film and videotapes when u get there, like a big chain like
Target or Walmart, Safeway most of the film (even generic) is still gonna give u good pictures.
tips for effective complaining
When u go on a flight make sure u take your own sack lunch with u cuz u dont get any food
thats considered ' a meal ' on the plane. if they nab u in the xray line for too many carry ons, u say this phrase
: " I HAVE DIETARY NEEDS! " and they have to let u on with that extra food baggie!!!
**Another thing to remember, take your own pillow and blanky on the flight, as the ones
on the airplane are never washed between flights...and buy a can of flea spray to your hotel room and if u have
a rental car, flea bomb it too. it;s bad out there!
--->the J W Marriott in Miami ( on Brickell Ave ) is infested
with all kinds of insects that will suck the blood out u as u sleep.
SEATTLE @ NIGHT
The Seattle Center is my favorite night time shooting
location, sparse on people especially in November-April. There is a new really cool light installation by The Opera
House, that is my next subject to work on.
All the photos on this page were taken on a 2.0 megapixel
SONY P-50 that i bought in 2001 and i'm on the verge of taken 6,000 images with it. I shoot more freely
on the digi cam since i can delete the ones that didnt turn out the way i intended them to.