My husband and I are very much into photography (in case you couldn't tell already). He is a professional photographer who has just returned to freelancing after working for a pro rental house. I'm a hobbyist, but a pretty serious one. We share cameras and lenses, made easier by the fact that we both use the same SLR system (Canon). So, when we go on vacation, we don't just hit up the typical tourist spots and take posed photos - we walk around, soak in the beauty of wherever we happen to be, and take photos of whatever catches our eye.
And of course, sometimes we take photos of each other. Taking photos. Observe:
We took these of each other in the elevator inside the Duomo Museum in Florence. Atom is using a Sigma DP-1, a fixed-lens, wide-angle compact camera that uses the Foveon X3 sensor. (It doesn't normally have a viewfinder on the top; he attached a 28mm Voigtlander viewfinder to the hotshoe.) I am using a Canon EOS 5D SLR with a Lensbaby, which is a hybrid of a tilt-shift and a bellows lens that allows the photographer to create a selective focus effect. I use Lensbabies to create images like the creepy statue, and of course, the one of Atom above.