The Homemade Camera Podcast’s “Unconventional Camera Convention” is now on YouTube

The Homemade Camera Podcast’s “Unconventional Camera Convention” is now on YouTube

I have been stuck inside my house for about 5 months now.  Quarantine for me, more or less is like the rest of my life.  I work alone, in a shop in my backyard, and in some ways I am a bit of a hermit.  I have noticed, and really started to miss what little social interaction I used to have before the pandemic.  The biggest difference in my day to day is that I no longer spend every Tuesday tinkering on one project or another with my friend Joe Van Cleave, who lives only a few miles away.  We’ve seen each other a few times, at a distance, wearing masks, but it makes collaboration awkward.  I think that there are lots of people who are in about the same boat.     

People are starting to migrate parts of their social life online.  I have spent more time on Facebook in the last 3 months than I have ever before.  A silver lining of the whole pandemic for me has been the way in which people are starting to meet me on the internet, where I live the majority of my life.  The Homemade Camera Facebook group is growing faster than ever.

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I have been stuck inside my house for about 5 months now.  Quarantine for me, more or less is like the rest of my life.  I work alone, in a shop in my backyard, and in some ways I am a bit of a hermit.  I have noticed, and really started to miss what little social interaction I used to have before the pandemic.  The biggest difference in my day to day is that I no longer spend every Tuesday tinkering on one project or another with my friend Joe Van Cleave, who lives only a few miles away.  We’ve seen each other a few times, at a distance, wearing masks, but it makes collaboration awkward.  I think that there are lots of people who are in about the same boat.     
People are starting to migrate parts of their social life online.  I have spent more time on Facebook in the last 3 months than I have ever before.  A silver lining of the whole pandemic for me has been the way in which people are starting to meet me on the internet, where I live the majority of my life.  The Homemade Camera Facebook group is growing faster than ever.
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