My first SLR camera was a Fujica STX-1n, and most of the early shots featured on this site were taken with it using a mix of Fuji and Vivitar lenses.
In those early days, all of my photography was done on colour print film, so the images uploaded to this site will be scanned from the negatives.
Next came a Canon AE1 and a mix of Canon, Vivitar & Sigma lenses. Again colour print film was used, although I did change over to colour slide film in 1988.
A Canon T90 was the next camera body to be used, along with the aforementioned Canon, Vivitar & Sigma lenses. This camera body was a joy to use, and was only replaced when I made the move to digital SLR photography, which at the time was still in its infancy, during 2001.
My first digital SLR was a Canon EOS D30, which was used in conjunction with Canon & Sigma lenses. The big mistake I made in the early days of digital photography was not using RAW, instead preferring to cram more JPEGs onto the memory card !!
Next came the Canon EOS 1D and with it some Canon L lenses and the use of RAW rather than JPEG.
Moving up to date, I am currently using the superb Canon EOS 1D Mark 3 and all lenses used are now Canon L series.
As you will see, I have pretty much always been a Canon man, and probably will always be. To be honest, I find the Canon v Nikon argument tedious & boring, Nikon just wasn't for me when I started to assemble my kit. I firmly believe that the quality & specification of the equipment I use now, has come about due to the rivalry and competition between Canon & Nikon. At any point in time, one of them will have the upper hand, but this only means that the other will seek to improve their product, result, we the photographer wins.
As mentioned above, a lot of the images on the site will be scans of either colour negative or colour slide film. I use a Nikon Coolscan V ED for this purpose, a very capable piece of equipment indeed. VueScan software is used rather than the supplied Nikon software however.
All images have been processed using Adobe Photoshop.