Recent work (on a disposable camera)

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  1. darin3200

    darin3200 TPF Noob!

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    So I really don't have a camera right now, so the other day I'm at the store and decide to pick up a B&W disposable camera. Here are some of the better shots. I took the camera apart and only had the film developed so I can reuse the camera :)

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    Some great shots, especially considering that it was on a disposabal. But WHAT HAPPENED TO YOUR CAMERA?
     
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    darin3200 TPF Noob!

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    Thanks, but I ruined half the shots because my finger was over the lense. I'm too used to an a SLR :lol:

    And about my camera.....it broke :( Tonight I'm going to try some intensive surgery...but I don't no if it will make it :guilty:
     
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    Nothing wrong with a Disposable camera. My favorite camera is a $5.00 Suprema Mini GTG from Wal-Mart. It aint the camera it's the photographer
     
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    I love old stuff! Nice photos...never knew there even existed B&W disposables,...we dont have em here unfortunately. Either way, I like the series and love #3 and #4
     

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