1-13-12 (Self timer shot) This is one of the stills from a stop-motion that I am working on for work. :D
14/365: ISO: 1600 f/2.5 Shutter Speed: 1/2500
1-14-12 This is Bridget's nose. I swear this dog is the wiggliest little critter. I spent 20 minutes trying to get her to sit still enough so that I could snap her cute little dog nose. I love the fur in focus under her nose.
15/365: ISO: 800 f/2.8 Shutter Speed: 1/125
1-15-12 Framed collection of my favorite Polaroids. From NYC, to San Juan, PR, to New Jersey, Greencastle, IN, and home-- these are some of my favorite places and they hang over the best space... my bed. :)
16/365: ISO: 400 f/1.8 Shutter Speed: 1/250
1-16-12 This week we made an internet time capsule at work that we'll open in five years or so. We included screen shots of our favorite blogs and social sites like FB, Twitter, and Pinterest. Miss Molly (in the photo) is cute as a coat button and also included her favorite magazines. (You know, in case they're ancient history in five years.)
17/365: ISO: 1600 f/2.2 Shutter Speed: 1/60
1-17-12 Some of my favorite photography books.
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1-18-12 My b-team of Polaroids. The ones that aren't perfect for framing or they're new. :)
19/365: ISO: 800 f/1.8 Shutter Speed: 1/60
1-19-12 I decided to play around a bit with this photo-- it is a variation on a "through the viewfinder" photo where you use a twin-lens reflex camera and make a contraption to take a photo through the vintage viewfinder. I thought the photo of what was in the viewfinder was pretty cool by itself-- I am working on some cardboard to go on the outside of the twin-lens camera so that I can play a bit more with the camera.
(The camera in the viewfinder is my vintage Diana camera. I got it on Etsy for super cheap! It is actually a toy Diana from when they were cheap in the 1960s... instead of the $50 they sell for now.)
The camera above is an Argus "Seventy-Five" that was given to me as a gift. I have tried film in it once and got a few mediocre shots, but I love doing "through the viewfinder" photos. :)
For more photography tips, see this post on digital photography tips for beginners. You can also check out the rest of my photos from the year for my Project 365!
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