I've been taking photos for a long time, mainly for holiday snaps, but as I've gone on I've tried to improve the quality of my snaps if only to make my holiday pages a bit better looking. I've had a number of cameras over the years but haven't ventured into the DSRL area, always opting for a camera that will fit in my pocket.
I started with a cheap and cheerful 35mm camera, without zoom or any of that nonsense, but when the APS format came out I went for the Canon Ixus, which was really popular, pretty high tech, and because of the APS smaller format meant the photos were grainier. But iut had a zoom so I could get closer up.
Into the digital age, and I got a free 2 megapixel camera for signing up to some insurance scheme. It was very basic but came up with some pretty clear pictures. There then followed a whole series of Fuji Fixepix cameras, as their F series was compact but fairly powerful. But they discontinued that, so the latest camera is a Panasonic.
This collection of the best of my pictures features some from most of those eras. I've developed some sort of sense of how to take a good picture, but the digital age also meant I can take loads and delete the bad ones.