Point and shoot. GO.

Lately I’ve been leaving my SLR camera at home and just running around with a tiny Canon point-and-shoot camera. There are so many advantages to this — besides the fact that you can drive and take photos at the same time (err, probably not recommended), it also lets me be inconspicuous and take pictures in situations that might otherwise make outsiders uncomfortable. I like seeing how I can trick the camera, and it has a fantastic macro lens. Plus it sees color in ways the SLR doesn’t.

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