Canon EOS Rebel T3i

Almost 4 years ago, I got my first job at a horrible place called Venture Data.  I worked at night doing political phone surveys.  It was utterly vile.  But I did manage to save up enough money to buy my first camera: a Canon EOS Rebel XTi.  I loved that camera, and it has been my faithful companion through all of my travels for many years.  
This year I got a new job at an advertising agency called GO2 Marketing as a Proofreader.  Needless to say, this job is much more suitable for me than phone surveys.  With the money that I’ve been making from this job, I decided I wanted a camera upgrade. So, yesterday I purchased a Canon EOS Rebel T3i from Campus Camera in Kent.  It has 18 mega pixels, I can shoot HD video, it has a flip screen, and so much more that I haven’t even figured out yet.  I am completely in love with this camera, and I am so proud of myself for working hard again at a new job in order to buy myself a camera.
This may be a little strange to write a sentimental blog post about hard work and cameras, but hey, what’s the point of working anyway if you’re not working towards your dreams?

Canon EOS Rebel T3i

Almost 4 years ago, I got my first job at a horrible place called Venture Data.  I worked at night doing political phone surveys.  It was utterly vile.  But I did manage to save up enough money to buy my first camera: a Canon EOS Rebel XTi.  I loved that camera, and it has been my faithful companion through all of my travels for many years.  

This year I got a new job at an advertising agency called GO2 Marketing as a Proofreader.  Needless to say, this job is much more suitable for me than phone surveys.  With the money that I’ve been making from this job, I decided I wanted a camera upgrade. So, yesterday I purchased a Canon EOS Rebel T3i from Campus Camera in Kent.  It has 18 mega pixels, I can shoot HD video, it has a flip screen, and so much more that I haven’t even figured out yet.  I am completely in love with this camera, and I am so proud of myself for working hard again at a new job in order to buy myself a camera.

This may be a little strange to write a sentimental blog post about hard work and cameras, but hey, what’s the point of working anyway if you’re not working towards your dreams?