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Impromptu Vintage Camera Shoot
|It was 11:30pm... perfect time for an impromptu photo shoot. No people around, so I grabbed a vintage camera Kylie bought for me from my friend Robin for Christmas (I'm starting a little collection), turned on a small desk lamp, propped up a small silver reflector on a chair, cranked up the ISO on my Nikon D700 to 3200, and fired away for about 5 minutes.
For any photographer-types out there who might stumble upon this and wonder, post-processing simply involved opening the images in Photochop, running Totally Rad Actions "Pool Party" & "Lux (soft)", and cropping. Voila... instant wall art.
I'm always perplexed how camera makers settled on such odd sets of number combinations for apertures, f-stops and ISOs. It's a small miracle anybody ever figured out how to use one of these things. It's no wonder so many people today just flip their cameras to "A" mode for "Awesome" photos.