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KennyG
16th of December 2004 (Thu), 06:15
I am sure this post belongs here as it is about users of EOS cameras.

EOS magazine has done a reader survey and the results are very interesting and I thought some of you might appreciate a quick summary.

User/owners - 88% are male, largest percentage (38%) are between 50 and 65 and retired (35%).

Cameras owned - 16% for both the 300D and 10D with 1% or less for the 1 series. Most everything else was film with the EOS 3 and EOS 5 having the biggest share.

Lenses - 43% of people owned more than 3 zooms (largest percentage), 58% of people had only Canon lenses and Sigma was the next most popular with 33% of people having at least one.

Digital ownership - 31% already own one, 33% plan to get one, 12% are sticking with film and 27% don't know.

Printing - 41% print at home, 11% at local mini-labs, 6% on-line and only 1% by mail.

Types of photography - Landscapes 80%, travel/holiday 71%, nature/wildlife 67%, sports/hobbies 31%, family/friends 54%, portraits/fashion/beauty 22%.

Post processing - 83% own a PC and 8% a Mac.

I summary, it looks like most EOS users are middle aged retired men who own a 300D or 10D with mainly Canon zooms, take pictures of landscapes to print at home from their PC. Hands up all who fit that profile.

mikesd
16th of December 2004 (Thu), 06:33
Lets see, just hit 50, male, retired[I wish], have a 10D and a 300D, have more than 3 zooms-although not all Canon, print at home, prefer portrait but also like landscapes, own 3 pc"s no macs.Pretty well nails me in the you know where. Interesting article Kenny.

Olegis
16th of December 2004 (Thu), 07:04
I am almost totally out of this profile - I'm near 30, own 10D with 1 Canon and 1 Tamron zoom, do not specialize in landscape photography and do not print at home (don't even own a photo printer). :-)

Belmondo
16th of December 2004 (Thu), 07:13
I fit right into the model.

I'm 88% male and retired.http://photography-on-the.net/forum/images/smilies/icon_lol.gif (Don't ask about the other 12%)

Actually, there are a couple surprises in their conclusions. I think the problem is that it doesn't really relate well to this forum where there are a lot more 1-series owners, and a generally younger (on average) demographic. Likely that's because we have a higher concentration of serious hobbyists than would have responded to their survey.

Really interesting, though.

mr.photoguy
16th of December 2004 (Thu), 07:51
EOS magazine???

mr.photoguy <<<~~~~ Does a yahoo search.

Woten
16th of December 2004 (Thu), 08:30
Actually, there are a couple surprises in their conclusions. I think the problem is that it doesn't really relate well to this forum where there are a lot more 1-series owners, and a generally younger (on average) demographic. Likely that's because we have a higher concentration of serious hobbyists than would have responded to their survey.



I think the younger demographic of this board is a factor of the younger crowd being more apt to useing the computer and joining forums. It is quite surprising the find of the age group being older and retired.

As for those statistics, I am way out of the norm there..... mid 30's, definately NOT retired, mac user, with canon and tamron zooms.


P.S. Not my sig .......

KennyG
16th of December 2004 (Thu), 08:33
www.eos-magazine.com

I get a free copy with my CPS membership. It is without a doubt the best publication anywhere for EOS owners, film or digital. It covers everything that you need to know. For example, this quarter's copy has such useful stuff as - Focusing in low light, Effect of perspective, Specialist Speedlight techniques, plus loads of other tips, and a profile of the 1Ds MK-II.

aliflack
16th of December 2004 (Thu), 11:44
Male, 24, just started working, 300D three canon lens, never print at home (but that might change...)

barryburgard
16th of December 2004 (Thu), 12:02
OUCH! Male almost 55, 300D, second digital camera, three Canon and one Tamron lens.
Work one 40 hour job (professional) and another 20 hour (retail) job. So far mostly taking family (grandchildren) pictures with dreams of doing something more artistic in the future.

Barry

karusel
16th of December 2004 (Thu), 12:02
Kenny, if you based your last statement in the first post on the data you presented, you just made a school example of how to misinterpret statistics... It says, that most of EOS (film AND digital) are middle aged/retired, that does not mean this is true for film or digital separately.

Interesting facts though. :)

arumdevil
16th of December 2004 (Thu), 12:22
EOS magazine???

mr.photoguy <<<~~~~ Does a yahoo search.

Yahoo Search ???

arumdevil <<<<---- goes to search google ;) ;)

KennyG
16th of December 2004 (Thu), 12:24
I know, I was trying to inject some humour, not present detailed analysis. The information is quite interesting though, particularly the lens analysis with the preference for zooms, where the figure for 3 or more zooms back in 1994 was only 13%. The figures for prime lens ownership have changed very little in 10 years.

Another throw away couple of numbers - in 2002 39% said the wouldn't buy digital because it had no benefits over film, in 2004 that figure dropped to 4%.

Two more in the same analysis were - 2002 50% thought digital was too expensive, in 2004 that is down to 12%. In 2002 29% thought digital had poor image quality, in 2004 that is down to 3%.

I think these numbers reflect what we all observe in the move from film to digital and it is interesting to see this effect from within a community of EOS owners.

MT
16th of December 2004 (Thu), 12:35
Not 50 - but I'm getting closer.

Male

300D + 20D

More than 3 zooms

Print at home, mini-labs and online (depending on my needs)

Jon, The Elder
16th of December 2004 (Thu), 12:43
Yup - right in there. 65+, semi-retired, semi-pro shooter.

Canon 300D and 20D with 4 Canon lenses, Tokina,Sigma

Four printers (Hi-Touch, HP)

hand assembled computer and tons of software.

40+ years of Photography/Cinematography.

timmyquest
16th of December 2004 (Thu), 12:52
I summary, it looks like most EOS users are middle aged retired men who own a 300D or 10D with mainly Canon zooms, take pictures of landscapes to print at home from their PC. Hands up all who fit that profile.

I'm 19, i havnt started my career in which i will retire from, i own a 1D (1%...wow) i own one canon zoom, and am about to buy a second. Landscapes are nice, but i live in northern illinois, i edit my pics on my PC at home but i print online.

PacAce
16th of December 2004 (Thu), 13:16
User/owners - 88% are male, largest percentage (38%) are between 50 and 65 and retired (35%).

Yup, I'm a male and between 50 and 65 although not quite retired yet.


Cameras owned - 16% for both the 300D and 10D with 1% or less for the 1 series. Most everything else was film with the EOS 3 and EOS 5 having the biggest share.

Don't own a 300D although I did buy one for my brother. But I do have a 10D and a 1 series camera. And I also have an EOS Elan IIe film camera. So what's my percentage here?


Lenses - 43% of people owned more than 3 zooms (largest percentage), 58% of people had only Canon lenses and Sigma was the next most popular with 33% of people having at least one.

I've got 3 Canon zoom lenses, a couple of Sigma lenses and an old Tamron lens. So I must fall at least in the 45% + 33% = 78% category here, right?


Digital ownership - 31% already own one, 33% plan to get one, 12% are sticking with film and 27% don't know.

No question here, I'm in the 31% category.


Printing - 41% print at home, 11% at local mini-labs, 6% on-line and only 1% by mail.

I used to print at a local mini-lab and may continue to do so for mass printing of pictures but I also do my own home printing.


Types of photography - Landscapes 80%, travel/holiday 71%, nature/wildlife 67%, sports/hobbies 31%, family/friends 54%, portraits/fashion/beauty 22%.

The only type of photography I haven't really done is the portraits/fashion/beauty kind so I must be in the 88% category here.


Post processing - 83% own a PC and 8% a Mac.

I have PC and Mac desktops and laptops so I'm definitely in the 91% category here!

:D :D :D

sidster
16th of December 2004 (Thu), 13:39
Interesting survey :)

Since we are all sharing...

- I owned my first EOS Rebel + lens kit (35-80mm?) when I was 18-ish (gift from parents).
- I graduated to EOS A2 some years later.
- Bought a Tamron 28-200mm 4 years ago
- Bought a Sigma 28-200mm last year-ish
- Soon after I bought my Canon 100mm f/2.0 macro
- 2.5 weeks ago I upgraded to EOS 20D
- Currently drooling over Sigma 17-35mm, 80-400mm and 50-500mm

- working still
- own both PC (non-Micro$oft OS) and Mac hardware
- don't own a printer

I'm 31 (almost 32) :D

p.s., and I am a male

defordphoto
16th of December 2004 (Thu), 13:49
Seems to me there are a bunch of old guys running around with some really awesome camera equipment.

Count me in! 51 and counting!! http://photography-on-the.net/forum/images/smilies/icon_razz.gif

cmM
16th of December 2004 (Thu), 14:52
Now i feel left out....

I'm 21, own 2 canon bodies and canon zooms/primes.


...soon to be retired :p

jimtfoto
16th of December 2004 (Thu), 15:19
53 ... own 10D, 20D and 300D ... six zooms (two Canon, two Sigma, two Tamron) ... shoot landscapes and wildlife (birds) ... three PCs at home ... us Mac at work .... mostly print @ home, some at work ...

jim

Cadwell
16th of December 2004 (Thu), 15:27
I summary, it looks like most EOS users are middle aged retired men who own a 300D or 10D with mainly Canon zooms, take pictures of landscapes to print at home from their PC. Hands up all who fit that profile.


Mmm....

I'm not prepared to admit to middle aged yet, I do have a 10D (although I also have a 1 Series), zooms are 4 to 2 in Canon's favour, I rarely print and I can't shoot landscapes to save myself... ;)

*keeps hand down* :p

DocFrankenstein
16th of December 2004 (Thu), 15:39
They got the retired part right.

19, 300D... 99.999% digital (sometimes I shoot zenit)
Got rebel + 18-55
Then a Sigma 70-200 EX
Then a 50/1.8 mkII (Didn't like it, returned and got:)
a 50/1.8 mkI (Now selling it, to get $$ for 50/1.4

I'm hoping to get 70-200 L IS before the end of 2005. Maybe 17-40 too.

100% PC
Don't print anymore. As a matter of fact I pretty much don't print period :D

IanD
16th of December 2004 (Thu), 15:41
50+ with a 1 Series body. (camera, not me) 3 zooms and a couple of primes, print 95% off my PC. Used to own a 300D and a 10D. Oh yeah, male too :) :) :)
Also late for supper, ciao!

Mark0159
16th of December 2004 (Thu), 16:49
well I am 30 (almost 31) male, only own canon gear, edit on PC, print on at home but depends on the qualty I would like to get.

got a long way before retirement :( and would love a series 1 camera :) hint hint.

Kenski
16th of December 2004 (Thu), 17:21
■ 27 ■ Male ■ 13 years till retirement!! ■ 300D ■ Print @ Home, Online, and Mini-Lab's ■ 3 Canon Primes ■ 3 Canon Zooms ■ 1 Non-Canon Zoom ■

CoolToolGuy
16th of December 2004 (Thu), 18:09
I'm a 53-year old male, and happy to be looking down at the grass instead of up at it! Still grinding it out for a weekly paycheck.

If I can count my F1 and A1 I own two 1-series cameras (oops, I guess they're not EOS).

Okay, EOS only - 300D (DRebel really), 20D, Elan 7, IX(APS film). Four zooms, all Canon. One Tamron Prime, Nine Canon Primes.

I shoot my life - landscapes, travel, sports/hobbies, family/friends.

I have a PC.

Is it possible the results are skewed due to the subscribers of the magazine? Perhaps the older guys are more likely to read the magazine.

Have Fun,

sparker1
16th of December 2004 (Thu), 21:01
Guilty on all counts. Age 62, retired 10 years, just got my first Canon (DReb), several Canon lenses, mostly travel around the country taking photographs mostly of the scenery. When we stop for a while, I photograph the grandkids (3 1/2 year old twin girls, too much).

Hellashot
16th of December 2004 (Thu), 21:13
How many respondents in the survey? 100? 10,000? It may be a slanted survey. Maybe older users had the time to fill out and mail in a survey card, etc.

leony
16th of December 2004 (Thu), 22:59
24, male, not retired, shooting beauty and fashion, 3 zooms all canon. 10D in hands, 1 dsII in the next year - love the resolution on that. editing on PC, printed at a commercial pro-lab.

r2d2
17th of December 2004 (Fri), 10:27
WOW. I dont fit into ANY catagory :)- except that I do own a DSLR..oh and I own a PC.

I am female. I am 25..I do not print at home...and I do not own a zoom lens (yet...)

However, considering that I am so far the only female to respond to this thread (i think) I would say that part is fairly accurate....:)

HKFEVER
17th of December 2004 (Fri), 10:54
I am 42, male own 1DS MKII, 3 Zoom all L, 1 prime, 1 macro, so which group should I in.

jgbeam
17th of December 2004 (Fri), 11:17
64 and working :-(
G3, 300D, 1DmkII
3 zooms; 4 Canon lenses + 1 Sigma lens.
Own three digicams.
Do all my own printing.
Construction & architecture, 30%; Dance & theatre, 30%; family, 20%; portrait, 10%; other, 10%.
PC

"In summary, it looks like most EOS users are middle aged retired men who own a 300D or 10D with mainly Canon zooms, take pictures of landscapes to print at home from their PC. Hands up all who fit that profile."

Jim - with hand raised to about eye level ;-)

sGu
17th of December 2004 (Fri), 14:55
23, own 2 Canon 1 series bodies, 2 zoom and 4 prime lenses, will start thinking about retirement when I start a career ...

KennyG
17th of December 2004 (Fri), 16:40
I suppose I had better admit my own background seeing how I started this whole thing. Middle aged for sure, 2 x 1 series bodies, more than 3 zooms, landscapes are not my thing these days (was some 15 years ago), print at home unless it is for a client. Now in my 26th year as a serious photographer, although I really started at age 5 with a Kodak Box Brownie and was allowed to develop/print my own films from age 9. First digital camera was a Casio QV10. My favourite camera in my carreer, my long since gone Leica. My favourite now, my 1D, original model with all its battle scars that I inflicted.

ron chappel
17th of December 2004 (Fri), 21:18
Thanks Kenny,interesting!
I wonder what happened to the huge majority of rebel film camera owners?? Obviously this survey only covered those that vollentarily took part..online(?)

As for me,i'm super normal,lol
300D + many old film cameras
Several zooms + about 30 old lenses
....yeah i'm normal,lol

phili1
17th of December 2004 (Fri), 21:22
Wow, I am 65 own a 20 D and 2 Canon zooms.

TammieO
18th of December 2004 (Sat), 07:53
Closer to 50 than 40 (eek!). Don't have any rich relatives that will leave me any money and haven't won the lottery, so still working. I do however own a 1DMkII, 1 zoom and 2 macro lenses. I would like to own a 100-400L, but I don't think Santa got my letter.

Mike H
18th of December 2004 (Sat), 09:28
I'm 42 and perhaps could have retired, but I bought this Canon digital camera ... then a lens ... then another lens ... then a flash ... then another lens ...

I guess I can forget retiring ...

Mike H

iof
18th of December 2004 (Sat), 10:21
61, retired, D60, 1 Canon 2 Sigma zooms, 2 macro, film Rebel, Elan 7, Ae-1, bunch of FD, yep - fit right in.

rubyscooby
9th of March 2005 (Wed), 21:54
Hmmm.............Well lets see... I am female, 35 and do not print at home most of the time. Perfer Online services. Shooting Fashion & Beauty, Have 1 zoom lens. Fully Digital. Got intrested in Photography by way of photoshop. Kinda backwards but my insperation being more about design. Love David LaChapelle's work.

Nic
9th of March 2005 (Wed), 22:23
67 and retired

velvetjones
10th of March 2005 (Thu), 16:44
I noticed that the magazine caters to people in the UK and Europe...did the survey include the US? Magazine looks good, but is really expensive this side of the Atlantic.

intechpcx
10th of March 2005 (Thu), 17:11
Well I fit parts of it but not all of it...

User/owners - 88% are male, largest percentage (38%) are between 50 and 65 and retired (35%). - I'm 27 and Male

Cameras owned - 16% for both the 300D and 10D with 1% or less for the 1 series. Most everything else was film with the EOS 3 and EOS 5 having the biggest share. - I do own a 300D

Lenses - 43% of people owned more than 3 zooms (largest percentage), 58% of people had only Canon lenses and Sigma was the next most popular with 33% of people having at least one. - Well I have 2 Zooms (Canon and Tamron) for my DReb, and 2 Zooms (Both Tokina) for my AE-1 (Film).

Digital ownership - 31% already own one, 33% plan to get one, 12% are sticking with film and 27% don't know. - I own 2, my DReb and a Kodak Easy Share

Printing - 41% print at home, 11% at local mini-labs, 6% on-line and only 1% by mail. - Anything I want to keep long term I have printed at a local lab.

Types of photography - Landscapes 80%, travel/holiday 71%, nature/wildlife 67%, sports/hobbies 31%, family/friends 54%, portraits/fashion/beauty 22%.
- Interesting, I'd say family/friends top my list followed by sports, travel, landscapes, nature, and portraits.

Post processing - 83% own a PC and 8% a Mac.
- PC Only here.

JAZZ D.P.G.
10th of March 2005 (Thu), 18:24
:rolleyes: Whoa, that was close :rolleyes:

I'm only 47 :lol: and still working.:mad: and D60:D

gramps
10th of March 2005 (Thu), 18:28
54 retired and a 20 D, 3 Canon Zooms , 1Canon prime.................3 pc's Was the 20 D mentioned in the survery?

Phil Hall
10th of March 2005 (Thu), 18:42
62, male,retired, 1D,1Ds, 1DMkII, lenses etc.....too many tripods that I never use, maybe when I'm even older.

Phil Hall
Santa ynez

Jon Borcik
10th of March 2005 (Thu), 18:53
* ***d *h** su*v*y **d f*l* you*g**! ! ! :D

Ok*y... *l*os* 50 (48.9)
Wo*k full **** + **d s*ll so** of *y spo**s p**s o* *h* s*d*
H*d * 10D, bu* *ow ow* * 1d *k** (go* **d of *ll *y f*l* s*uff 5 y***s *go)
Ow* 3 ***o* Zoo* l**s*s **d 1f*x*d
P**** *ll *y pho*os *ys*lf *x**p* fo* *h* pos*** s*z* p**s
Do *ll *y pho*o *d****g o* *h*** P*s (fou* *f you *ou** *h* o** ** wo*k)
P******ly shoo* spo**s, how*v**, *lso do so** po*****, *** p**s & ******v* ou*doo*s sho*s. (Lov* *o **k* *oll*g*s o* p**o*****s f*o* pho*os)

* gu*ss *'* so**wh** ** *h* fold of *h* su*v*y! :*oll*y*s:

Pekka
10th of March 2005 (Thu), 19:00
Jon, sorry. your message was damaged by a setting I did in forum - it was only active for few seconds but you got hit by it. Sorry! Please post again.

CyberDyneSystems
10th of March 2005 (Thu), 19:04
Jon,. are you posessed??? :rolleyes: :oops:

Jetmech1
10th of March 2005 (Thu), 19:14
I'm 38 and holding. Work daily. No chance of retireing early with 3 kids to put through college. I own a 300D and Rebel 2000 Film with 4 Canon lenses. (See sig) Also have a Oly C-750 and have owned 2 Sony's and a Canon AE-1 Program. I print from home 80% of the time and shoot a variety of subjects.

Tom W
10th of March 2005 (Thu), 19:44
I am sure this post belongs here as it is about users of EOS cameras.

EOS magazine has done a reader survey and the results are very interesting and I thought some of you might appreciate a quick summary.

User/owners - 88% are male, largest percentage (38%) are between 50 and 65 and retired (35%).

Well, male is correct. Not 50 yet, and still working like a dog!

Cameras owned - 16% for both the 300D and 10D with 1% or less for the 1 series. Most everything else was film with the EOS 3 and EOS 5 having the biggest share.

1-percenter with a 1-series. And 2 35 mm film SLR Canons.

Lenses - 43% of people owned more than 3 zooms (largest percentage), 58% of people had only Canon lenses and Sigma was the next most popular with 33% of people having at least one.

More than 3 zooms.

Digital ownership - 31% already own one, 33% plan to get one, 12% are sticking with film and 27% don't know.

1D Mk II & S-400. I've had the 10D, S-230, and some kind of HP thing in the past.

Printing - 41% print at home, 11% at local mini-labs, 6% on-line and only 1% by mail.

Don't print a lot, but use primarily on-line printers.

Types of photography - Landscapes 80%, travel/holiday 71%, nature/wildlife 67%, sports/hobbies 31%, family/friends 54%, portraits/fashion/beauty 22%.

I shoot whatever suites my fancy at any given time.

Post processing - 83% own a PC and 8% a Mac.

PC times 2.

In summary, it looks like most EOS users are middle aged retired men who own a 300D or 10D with mainly Canon zooms, take pictures of landscapes to print at home from their PC. Hands up all who fit that profile.

I guess I don't quite fit the profile.

Tom W
10th of March 2005 (Thu), 19:46
Jon, sorry. your message was damaged by a setting I did in forum - it was only active for few seconds but you got hit by it. Sorry! Please post again.

But its still easier to understand than some of CDS's posts. :) :D

Fills
10th of March 2005 (Thu), 19:54
Jon, let's keep the swearing to a minimum! :lol:

Citizensmith
10th of March 2005 (Thu), 21:07
Male, 34, working (2 jobs).
2 Zooms, 2 Primes, all Canon.
1 Digital body, 1 film body.
Print at home for digital, minilab for film (rarely used though).
50% Family, 25% Landscapes, 15% Nature, 10% Portraits (but the only part that pays any money).
Post Process on PC (2 laptops, 3 desktops, and a handheld).

It may be interesting to do a similar survey here.

rfreschner
10th of March 2005 (Thu), 21:10
Male just about 50, but not quite there yet. Hope to retire someday, but may never if I want to continue to buy L lenses and maybe upgrade my 20D some day. :D Only have two zooms so far and will continue working to collect more. Most anything I bother to print, I print at home on my PC. Like to photograph most anything.

ssim
10th of March 2005 (Thu), 21:13
Not quite 50 yet, I have a 10D, 20D and 1DMKII. Four canon zooms, 5 canon primes. Edit on a PC and print most from home.

PhotosGuy
10th of March 2005 (Thu), 21:19
63, semi-retired, think I shot a landscape once, PC, 300D w/kit lens & adaptor for 20mm, 35mm, 50mm, & 105mm Nikkors. Wish I still had the 600mm f/5.6!
Also 3 Nikons, Bronica (4 lenses), Century Graphic,... oh, & a Brownie Hawkeye.
Print mostly on Walmarts Frontier 370 or Walgreens Frontier 350.

Jon Borcik
10th of March 2005 (Thu), 21:47
* ***d *h** su*v*y **d f*l* you*g**! ! ! :D

Ok*y... *l*os* 50 (48.9)
Wo*k full **** + **d s*ll so** of *y spo**s p**s o* *h* s*d*
H*d * 10D, bu* *ow ow* * 1d *k** (go* **d of *ll *y f*l* s*uff 5 y***s *go)
Ow* 3 ***o* Zoo* l**s*s **d 1f*x*d
P**** *ll *y pho*os *ys*lf *x**p* fo* *h* pos*** s*z* p**s
Do *ll *y pho*o *d****g o* *h*** P*s (fou* *f you *ou** *h* o** ** wo*k)
P******ly shoo* spo**s, how*v**, *lso do so** po*****, *** p**s & ******v* ou*doo*s sho*s. (Lov* *o **k* *oll*g*s o* p**o*****s f*o* pho*os)

* gu*ss *'* so**wh** ** *h* fold of *h* su*v*y! :*oll*y*s:

The Cyber Demons got me! ! !

Here is what I thought I wrote:

I read that article and felt young! ! ! :D

Male Age 48.9
- Owned an Olympus E20N and Canon 10D, but now own a 1D mkII (got rid of my film cameras 4 years ago)
- Full time job managing Unmanned Air Vehicle development and selling Sports Pics on the side.
- Own 3 zooms and 1 prime all Canon
- Print all my pics at home except for the poster size prints
- Own 4 PCs at home and use PS CS for post processing Pics
- Shoot mostly Sports Pics 75%, Landscapes 10%, Night shots 10%, Portraits 5%.

I guess I'm a little out of the survey's norm! :rolleyes:

Ogrt48
10th of March 2005 (Thu), 22:28
"Printing - 41% print at home, 11% at local mini-labs, 6% on-line and only 1% by mail"

That surprised me, I'd have thought most print from online services or somewhere local.
Hm also tons of OLD GUYS walking around with nice stuff, like L glass.. So do any of you younger guys wanna get together ? We can get ourselves some free L glass, I hear these old men are easy to knock over.

johneric8
10th of March 2005 (Thu), 22:47
35 retiered from rock n roll as a touring musician. Hate photgraphing birds but dig taking pictures of beautiful women doing crazy things! I watch south park and viva la bam and get drunk while playing poker farting with friends! I make good money as a fetish photographer!! Very good money....I have lots of nice equipment and love God!

pradeep1
11th of March 2005 (Fri), 00:08
The 1% percent who own the 1 series bodies are all probably members of this forum. We should ask for a group discount. ;)

KevC
11th of March 2005 (Fri), 00:58
Male.
19(!)
Not retired, I wish ;)
300D. 2 zooms and a prime. I'm surprised such a little percentage shoots portraits/glamour/fashion.