Trash can as a tool for a professional photographer? The end result is all that matters? « Photigy: technically advanced photography

This is well worth a visit and shows that you can use just about anything in photography to achieve great end results. You Can with a Trash Can!  Take a look!

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Terry Croom

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WOW I JUST BOUGHT THE BOX BROWNIE 6 – 20 D

The original point and shoot (then wait for 3 to 4 weeks to see if anything came out) Box Brownie six – 20 D from Kodak is my latest camera purchase and I got her today. This was probably the first camera I encountered and if you remember this model, you’re as old as I am. It was around in the late 50’s early 60’s and it was mass produced and owned by anyone who could afford one back then. The model D has the added luxury of flash connectors and was cutting edge – all I need to do now is find a flash to fit it and some film 😀 Maybe I’ll just put her in the studio to take pride of place for all to see.

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Terry Croom

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ARE CSC’s OUR FUTURE?

CSC’s (Compact System Cameras) the new kid on the block or just a passing fad? Well, DSLR’s are the ruling masters at the moment, but the way that technology’s moving it’s difficult to predict what will be in the next six months let alone the next six years. Cameras in mobile phones now have more pixel power than yesterdays point and shoot cameras so what’s the future? My personal take on this is that CSC’s definitely have a place in the scheme of things and are a notch up on Point and Shoots. The technology has done away with the mirror and have made these cameras light and versatile. Most, have a video option and the overall quality of the images are extremely good. They are the perfect partner for the Social Media revolution that we are currently experiencing and can be instantly connected to your ipad or iphone where videos and images can be on the web in seconds. So, are DSLR’s dead in the water? I don’t think so – not yet anyway. They are still the choice of professionals and are a must for photographers whole sell their images. Anyway, less of my ranting – What do you think?

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Terry Croom

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