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Steve B., 7 Mar 2013
Posted 7 Mar 2013
Posted 8 Mar 2013
Yeah, "cheap" $200 dollar lens that's what the average consumer pays for a point and shoot i'd guess.
He does have a point, we don't think as much as we did before. I will say this, I bought I think 6 36 exposure rolls, just cause I knew I was going to ruin a couple out of 216 shots and did so a couple of times it wasn't until after developing that I saw my mistakes and eventually all my shots came out decent ( in auto mode at least). Heck I don't even remember the brand, I remember the body was something along like this ( SLR!!!)
Edit: found it:!!! One of first ever cameras that got me to shoot like crazy just cause of the weird form:
Can't remember the exact model, but it was one of those!
Posted 12 Mar 2013
Even though the lens is cheap, the point is it isn't a traditional lens, and especially in his field, this is very cheap in comparison to most tilt-shift lenses available today.
Posted 18 Mar 2013
Where was the shot of the bird then? I was keen to see his 10 minute shot. Cool video though thanks for the post.
Posted 19 Mar 2013
The pictures were added at the end of the video, just as if you were out shooting and had to wait for it to be developed.
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