|Three shots arranged together|
The last shot i took is a man walking upstairs. Behind him is a wall where someone tried to remove all the illegal artistic stuff with chemicals. A game they can't win, because someone left his tags on the chemical treated wall again. I aimed at this scene from below to create a vanishing point upwards and the camera performed also well on this scene.
It's also a digital camera
I also inserted an SD card into the camera yesterday so the images are also get stored there for later use. The quality is okay for a 100-dollar-camera with no buttons and controls to change the exposure, ISO or other parameters. And this is what I love about this camera. It is simple to use and you can't do anything but pressing the shutter release button. The viewfinder is far far faaar away from being accurate, but it is fun to look through this little rectangle and freeze the moment without being guided by a high-tech screen with thousands of information etc.
|the digital (master)version of the print|
And don't forget: every camera has it's limitations.
I will continue to "snap" photos out in the streets and post the results here on my blog.
Some more images: