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Photoblog of the Week – Puja Parakh

This week’s photoblogger of the week is Puja Parakh.

Puja lives in Seattle Washington where she works teaching low income and homeless women and their families about computer basics to help empower and build job skills. Puja has been kind enough to share a couple of her images with us as well as giving us a description of her digital photography kit. Lastly below she shares a tip for DPS readers. PS: you can see more of Puja’s work at her flickr account.


Puja’s Digital Camera Kit

I just recently upgraded to the Canon EOS 30D, but have been using the Canon Digital Rebel XT for the past year or so. I found that it was great with my smaller hands and easy/lightweight to carry as I walk to work everyday through Downtown Seattle. My walk around lens is the Sigma 10-20mm which is a great affordable wide-angle. Other lenses include the “nifty-fifty” (which everyone should own) and a Tamron 28mm-75mm based on its great reviews.

Beyond that, I really love to experiment with film and often times purchase cameras at thrift stores. The best find has been an Ultronic Panoramic 35mm point and shoot. Others cameras include the Lomo LCA, Holga and various Polaroid cameras. My favorite accessory is the Polaroid P-500 printer, purchased on ebay for $10. It prints .jpg pictures directly off of the CF card onto Polaroid 500 film. So fun!!!


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Darren Rowse
Darren Rowse

is the editor and founder of Digital Photography School and SnapnDeals.

He lives in Melbourne Australia and is also the editor of the ProBlogger Blog Tips. Follow him on Instagram, on Twitter at @digitalPS or on Google+.

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