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    Default Re: How has owning a camera improved the quality of your life?

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    it allowed me to discover more abt myself. literally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allenleonhart View Post
    it allowed me to discover more abt myself. literally.
    What has you discovered?


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    What has you discovered?

    He has discovered that he owns a camera.

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    I discovered the button on top of the camera can be used to focus.
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    Why most of the mirror self shoot always look at the camera LCD instead of the mirror?
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    Why most of the mirror self shoot always look at the camera LCD instead of the mirror?
    cause they wanna see if frame properly in lcd ~~

    i normally just tripod. find it easier haha

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    Default Re: How has owning a camera improved the quality of your life?

    It makes me understand that we have to look things at many different angles.

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    Default Re: How has owning a camera improved the quality of your life?

    i learned that duck faces are not cool


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    It is a visual diary because of the EXIF data in the photo. Helps you to recall what you bought or what places you went to on a certain date. Especially the simple camera on the mobile phone since it is usually with you. Great for recording receipts and small documents on macro mode. That explains Nokia's market share crashing down after they disabled close-focus on their mobile phone cameras.

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    It makes me look like a damn cool japanese tourist

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    Default Re: How has owning a camera improved the quality of your life?

    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309 View Post
    i learned that duck faces are not cool

    Dun need them to be nice looking. Tasty can liao.

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    Dun need them to be nice looking. Tasty can liao.
    bro... are you talking about eating girls?

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    $$$ can improved the quality of life. A small camera can slightly improve quality of life but not for long.
    Health and happiness can improve for longer period of quality of life, besides passion for camera. A string
    of owning large cameras can give more joy but it is not everlasting. Developing a lifetime passion as a pro
    and as a career photographer can help to give a better quaiity of life. As a hobby, it helps to occupy the mind
    and time temporarily due to diminishing return of the pleasure derived from possessing them too long. There
    is always the desire to buy new products when they are launched.
    Last edited by henry soh; 29th April 2012 at 08:51 AM.

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    I can have my daily dose of camera-porn.
    indie

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    I would write a serious reply but I note that Sion is the threadstarter.

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    got to make new friends thru photography
    you can buy better gear but you can't buy a better eye

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    Default Re: How has owning a camera improved the quality of your life?

    Quote Originally Posted by edutilos- View Post
    I would write a serious reply but I note that Sion is the threadstarter.
    and reading all the replies you would know not to do it too

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    Take pictures of your happy moments and relive the moment all over again, whenever you see the photos
    I eats, shoots & leaves

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    Quote Originally Posted by edutilos- View Post
    I would write a serious reply but I note that Sion is the threadstarter.
    But that is only the online-persona that anyone chooses for this particular forum. The real person can be very different. And don't be misled by a seemingly humorous mask.
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