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#31 Feb 25th, 2016, 22:21
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Moments of anxiety, outside New Market during the earthquake, April 2015.

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Ahh, that one has a one click setting for naughty pictures.
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Samsung Galaxy and no filters....


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You should see what it does to the green android robot graphic. The not-androgonous-oid android.

By the way, how may people have simply assumed that it is male? I'm not telling....

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I still bring my Canon Powershot S95 which is a great camera, but for the last two years/three trips it has never left my suitcase.

All Samsung Galaxy....

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Well, Sama, your results speak for themselves. Further proof that it is not the camera but the person holding it that counts.
A friend of mine in UK had pictures published that she took on a cheap auto film camera, and I don't think she even knew what aperture and exposure meant back then. Now, her landscapes, seascapes, and nature pics are super. And she has become a dragonfly expert!
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true. it's the eye. I've been told I should do a show with my best over the last 10 years but honestly, I wouldn't even know where or how to start. Mr. Sama is always telling me I should hang the best in the house and I tell him, but everything is in my mind, I don't have to see them, frames and such are just things to dust!

Still have my Pentax ME Super SLR -- is film still even made?
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I detect a lot of good feelings among our esteemed members , that really makes me high :-D

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Karaikudi, Chettinad - no filters, weavers co-op

I have lots of photos from my last trip I did not upload to IM. All taken with my Samsung Galaxy Note 4:



The little spools of thread reminded me of little carrots and I liked the curve of the rope and the bowl combined and the shimmer of her bangle.




liked that I caught the motion of her hand.
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The morning was sunny yet pensive. Taken with MI4

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Mobile certainly allows you to get close to the subject(s) but birdseed helps more.

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I have an Olympus OM1. Oh dear, it has been forgotten at the back of some cupboard for so many years it probably doesn't even work. Light, simple but easy to operate. Minimal features: it's just a camera, with focus, aperture and shutter settings. The most basic of metering allowed one to centre a needle to match aperture to speed or speed to aperture. I never had a zoom lens.

Despite lacking the ergonomic "grips" of today's bigger cameras, it was always easy to hold. I loved the "ever-ready" cases that were standard with just about all cameras of that era.
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Why do I visualise a couple of teenage girls on rollerskates whenever I see this thread title?
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cf: the joke about the psychiatrist who shows a guy pictures of various things and asks him what they make him think of. I'm sure you know it \.

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