14 Mar 2006 • 1,714 views
This week's theme: From a point & shoot
For the coming week, I want to illustrate that you don't need to spend £1000s on an expensive DSLR, and what's possible to achieve with a point & shoot camera.
So to kick off this series, here's a close up macro of a friend's saxophone taken with my FZ20 point and shoot camera. The noise levels (usaully a bad thing), give it a slightly grainy texture. I think this enhances the atmosphere of this shot though. What's great about point and shoot cameras is that they have such a large depth of field, making them great for macro shots. So there you have it, yet another of my favourite photos taken using just a basic camera. You can still get nice photos without a flashy and expensive DSLR.
Sorry for the absence over the last 3 days. I've been looking for a new flat to move, and it's been hectic. So far I've not seen any flat that both my wife and I can agree on. It's a tough decision to make....
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