words fail to express how freakin’ cool this is if!
For those of you who might want to take a photo of the “super moon” at Perigee tonight
If you’re in a hurry you can ignore the discussion and skip straight to the summary
Back in the olden days, when cameras were carved out of stone and didn’t have whizbang light meters and dozens of confusing exposure dials, photographers had to choose their settings manually. In fact, my first 35mm camera, a Kodak Pony IV, had printed inserts that went into a slot in the back of the camera to help you pick your settings. For bright sunlight you used this, for cloudy bright you used that, etc. And horror of horrors, there was no Photoshop– if you screwed up the exposure, you had to try to fix it in a (gasp) darkroom. And that was if you were lucky– most people just lived with whatever bad photos they took.
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This is why we have “neighborhood watch” Captains. Lack of confidence in the local police force to protect or serve.
Really…who would have thought.
Somebody please get that little badass some palmade!!
This won’t be the last assault on our interwebs, that much is for sure.
As a person who already wears glasses I can’t wait for this. Just a little more info to add to what we absorb already.
Don’t say I didn’t tell you so
This is a blog I’ve created in order to re-post some things that I find interesting on the interwebs. Mostly because I am not fond of the way some items are embedded on my website.