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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On June - 12 - 2021
Kids and Old Camera

Kids and Old Camera

Smartphone camera, DSLR, Instagram are hardly new things for kids in this era. Most of them in their teens know and are able to use them. But what happens when they are handed a point and shot camera that is quite outdated and rustic since it was a high-tech camera around the 98’s. How they will react when they see and touch the camera with a celluloid 35 film that almost gets extinct? It was quite interesting, because most of them did not know how this camera works and how is the process of aiming the object to obtaining the resulted image. There are some of them who think that this camera is a GoPro while the others are in wonder of its super complicated and time-consuming process. Read the rest of this entry »

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