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Monday, December 05, 2005
Labtec Digital Camera
When my 35mm camera died last year, I moved into the digital age of photography, acquiring, for less than $10 via eBay, a simple 1.3 Mega-pixel Labtec DC-1300. Effectively a point-and-shoot camera it's so basic I forget to use it. Had it an LCD colour viewing screen, or a zoom lens, I'd remember I have it with me and use it more often. Instead I also forget to download the images the rare times I remember to take them. Having recently been given a snazzier by comparison, digital camera, these problems are about to disappear. But right now I'm excited.
I'm excited because I just remembered that I had images on the camera to unload. In October I visited Cressing Temple in Essex. Founded by the Knights Templar in the 12th century, two enormous barns are the highlights - being the best examples of Templar carpentry in Europe. But it was the windows and angles of the barns and surrounding buildings I was interested in photographing. We're talking squares.
I took three photos of the white building on the left, each with a solitary small window, that I intend to do a triptych of. When the photo section of the website launches, they shall be posted there.
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