Our daily commute involves using the bus, train, and passing through several malls. With every trip we make, its easy to get used to the scenery and miss out on the beautiful and at times powerful moments. That’s why we challenged ourselves to whip out our cameras and do this photography project called ‘The Daily Grind’.
In this first set, we used an experimental setup with our camera–the Canon EOS M. We mounted this mirrorless camera (see why you should switch to a mirrorless camera here) with the vintage Canon FD 28 mm f/3.5 using a 3rd party adaptor. Adding to the challenge is that the adaptor didn’t have Auto Focus capabilities and also dropped the live view by a few stops. Good thing, we are getting used to the distance scale on the lens and that our photography basics are sound. The result, well, let’s just say it had a special kind of feel to each photo.