When all you had was your mobile...

Discussion in 'Cell Phone Cameras & Camera Phones' started by plugsnpixels, Dec 31, 2016.

  1. Derrel

    Derrel Mr. Rain Cloud

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    iPhone 4. f/2.8 lens, ISO range 80 to 1600, a bit of editing on most. IMG_9712 copy_iPhone4 copy.jpg
    Saw this when the brand new Camaros hit the streets. Shot on original square IG.
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    First day of operation of a brand-spanking-new fast food restaurant near me.
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    My very, very first Instagram photo. New Geek Eyeware brand eyeglasses, new mouse pad sheet I printed.
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    Early Instagram border effect they used to have. One of two back doors of a delivery truck, riffing on the pop-culture expression "ight!"
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    Brand new library, right in my neighborhood! I had to snap a pic of the new Returns system. Old square-format IG software,
     
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    gryphonslair99 Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    No, but Otis Campbell did. It was cell #2. The one Aunt Bee fixed up real nice.
     
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    nerwin Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    I been in that situation before, only to have no other camera with me, not even a smartphone then.

    I went to Boston and used my DSLR for two full 8 hour days walking around the city taking photos and videos on one full charge and plugged it to charge that night at the hotel and to wake up in morning LATE to find out that the outlet was only active when the light switch was on and had to leave quick because I wanted to stop at a seaside for some nice landscapes and only managed to fire off 2 shots before the battery said nope, can't discharge anymore..goodbye. Lesson learned!
     

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