A couple weeks back, my good friend Paul and I headed down to Ann Arbor, Michigan for a photo walk hosted by the Film Photography Project and the Ann Arbor Area Crappy Camera Club. It took about 6 hours to get there with traffic and the border crossing, and we spent the evening cleaning, testing and preparing cameras.
After a warm breakfast, we met up at the Camera Mall and were treated to a goodie bag filled with 4 rolls of random film. We headed out towards the University of Michigan in smaller groups for a 2 hour photo walk. After lunch, we met up at the Argus Museum for more chatting and giveaways. I came away with a Canonet G-III QL-17 rangefinder camera and Paul grabbed a box camera from the 1920s.
We said our goodbyes just after 4pm and began the long trek back home. It was good to meet other like minded individuals and swap stories and ideas. Below are a couple of my favourite shots from the day. Check out my Flickr album for the event too!