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Point and Shoot Photography

Notice: I will book budget photography jobs per request. I am retired from photography. Please ignore my package/pricing. I will only take budget customers per request. I served Ventura County for over a decade. I have photographed hundreds of weddings. Email me: (home at venturaphoto dot com).

* If you have a normal budget, I am not a photographer for you. And PLEASE, I will not work for free. Expect to pay something. It takes me 5 hours just to get ready.

Please note: This project is all about using a cheap point and shoot camera. I am trying to prove that photography is a cheap hobby. I use professional cameras only when I work. This is the point and shoot camera I carry in my pocket every day.


Double Rainbow At Old Town Camarillo

* This blog is about using a cheap point and shoot camera.

It's been raining a lot in Ventura County.

There was a short moment when It was raining hard in Camarillo, but the Sun was out.  Then I saw this beautiful double rainbow over Camarillo Plumbing (at Old Town Camarillo).

So, I ran out of my car with an umbrella.  Pictures like this is possible because I was using a cheap point and shoot camera.  I don't think I would sacrifice my professional camera to take pictures in the rain (for fun).  I keep my work cameras away from moist as much as possible.

Sometimes I use professional cameras in full rain without an umbrella.  But that's when I photograph a wedding.

Valencia - July 4, 2010

* This blog is about using a cheap point and shoot camera.

It was early morning 4th of July 2010 at Valencia (1am).

Valencia to Camarillo is roughly 1 hour drive (ZZzz...).

I stopped at red light before I got on the freeway.

I saw Magic Mountain sign and quickly got my camera out.  I had time for just these 2 images.
Before taking these pictures, I set exposure compensation at -1 step (shoot darker - to compensate for dark sky & bright signs).

There was a car behind me, so I had to hurry and get on the freeway.

It was a long drive back to Camarillo.

Valencia Photography

Magic Mountain