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The Mail Bag: Photography

Posted By on October 21, 2009 in Blog, much ado about nothing | 3 comments

Welcome to The Mail Bag! This new ongoing series is dedicated to answering your questions about 100hikes.com, my hiking, or hiking/backpacking in general. The question was submitted by Ann, who asked:

I love the pictures you take on the hike. Would you mind sharing what type of camera you use? Do you do a lot of editing later?

Thanks for the question, Ann! Here’s my video answer, recorded while hiking #66 in the Las Trampas Regional Wilderness in central California last weekend:

Here is more information on the things I discussed in the video:

You might recall that I once used another camera for this site. For all videos and most photos taken on hikes #1-44, I used a Canon PowerShot SD1100 IS.  But I replaced it with the 990 when it died.

Canon PowerShot 1100 IS

Canon PowerShot 1100 IS

3 Comments

  1. Ann October 26, 2009

    Hey! Thank you very much for taking time out to answer the questions. That's a very nice camera. I decided to start with the Nikon D40 as my entry to the DSLR world. And as expected, I'm too lazy to be carrying it around 99% of the time. So I usually end up carrying my point and shoot. But the DSLR does make a difference.

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