The adventures of DD (Devil Duck)

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  1. thrumyeyes

    thrumyeyes TPF Noob!

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    Ok, I admit it... I use a camera phone! Go ahead and boo. I know those pictures are poor quality, but I love them anyway...

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    Some are quite funny and some are quite good fora cameraphone.

    The funniest is the one with the bourbon.

    As long as you are happy with the images you get with your camera (even if it's in a phone) you should be OK. The image and creativity should surpass the limits of your gear.
     
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    Hmm, I'm thinking that these should go in the "Snapshots and Bloopers" gallery, like Antarctican's 'The Adventures of Colin the Bear'.
    The last two are quite good for a camera phone!
     
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    Hard to believe the last one was taken with a phone. Looks good.
     
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    Sorry, I wasn't clear. The first and last two were taken with a Canon 350D the rest were taken with a MotoRazr (hello moto...)
    Thanks
     

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