I was nominated by Joyce Peng to do a 7-day self-portrait challenge: 7 days, 7 self-portraits, and 7 nominations to keep this going with other artists/photographers. I invite Erik Mathy to take the time to extend the fun.
I put a small twist to this challenge as well. I will be composing self-portraits through the viewfinders of different cameras.
Today, I am viewing through my 1970s Canon QL17 GIII camera. It was the most sold rangefinder with over 1.2 million copies over twenty years. Int this day and age, we will be lucky if a camera last more than 20 months! The viewfinder is super clean and the yellow rangefinder patch is bright and easy to focus. The aperture priority marker on the right is also bright and clear. In the photo, I am holding another legendary rangefinder, the Revue 400SE. Both of these cameras feature super fast and sharp lens.
Photo taken with Sony RX100II.