Boston Photographer Sam Haddix - Goodbye Canon 7d

It's hard to  believe, but it's been close to a year since I made the transition into full-time photographer. I could never have made that frightening leap from my 9-5 job without the unwavering support of my family, friends, and of course, Ms. Kaylee Greer, my partner in both life and photography. I'm getting a bit sentimental because I've just placed my Canon EOS 7d up for sale. This was the camera I used on my first paying shoot. The first camera I used to shoot with my first monolight. This camera helped me through a lot of firsts, and it's slightly painful to watch it go. To commemorate it's transition to another loving home, I've dug through my old photos, and found some of my favorites taken with the 7d. Most of time, I hate to look at my old work, because all I can see are the imperfections, and all the areas that need improvement; lighting, composition, photoshop techniques, everything. But for now it's worth a little trip down memory lane with the camera I learned with, and all the people that let me take their photos. -Sam

PS. In case you were wondering, I've been shooting with the Canon 5D Mark iii since it was released, and am absolutely loving it! :)

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