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Experimenting with photography is fun! Have you ever wished you could take pictures of yourself? Well, you can. It can be a little difficult to do, but there are a few easy ways to get started. First, look through some online sources. Second, try it at home first while watching a couple videos. Third, share the link on social media.

We are about to witness the dawn of an age where cameras can record everything. Suddenly, we will be able to watch a person from head to toe, from head to toe. Why? Simply put, it could save lives on camera. The invention of the camera and manner in which it works will revolutionize the world of photography. A little over 10 years ago, we wouldn’t have had access to cameras or other types of recording devices. We would have been limited by technology and only offered one option for capturing photographs: film. But as technology has progressed, cameras have allowed us access to a whole new universe of possibility.

In this blog we will show you how to make a camera that takes almost no light and that is able to capture moving objects, as well as camera battery life/usage. This blog will teach you how to take better photographs of your family and friends while still capturing action and fun. All of this will be shown through several different experimental photography pictures that I end up taking with my phone’s camera when we go to an event or anywhere else where I’m out and about shooting. And you can also see how using a smart phone can be a great way for photographer’s to get around the busy streets of Manhattan without having to drive all the way out to Times Square.

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