Red Ribbon (2016)Ashley Lily Scarlett
That’s really pleasing to the eye somehow. May I ask, what camera/lens do you use?
I use a Samsung S6 phone. I don’t have an actual camera. 🙂
Oh my goodness, that is amazing to me. I don’t possess a modern phone with a good internal camera, just an old Nokia, and am currently researching cameras as I’d like to do a little photography. I keep reading that most compact cameras are no better than good phones, but had no idea they could produce results so good. I think I shall still go for a separate camera though, as I like the idea of interchangeable lenses for, particularly, macro shots. It’s really playing with depth of field, blurring images – or so-called ‘Bokeh’ effect – that interests me. Thanks, Ashley. 🙂
I enjoy having a smart phone very much. I have a contract that I can upgrade every two years and it comes with a ‘free’ phone. I wouldn’t be able to afford one otherwise. 🙂
It does, of course, have limitations, so I understand why you would prefer a ‘real’ camera. One of the things I like about using my phone is that it fits in my pocket and is unobtrusive. 🙂
Oh yes, being able to slip the camera into a pocket is something I want also Ashley, so am going for the older model Canon EOS-M fitted with a 22mm Pancake Lens – there are a handful left here in England at c. £200 now, down from a launch price in 2012 of £770. The 22mm lens alone would cost £220 so that bundle is something of a bargain currently. 🙂 It’s the slimmer of the two lenses you see in the picture here, and that also shows the small size of the camera body:
That’s a great deal! The camera sounds and looks great! I hope you do get it, Harriod.
P.S. I’m enjoying talking with you, Harriod. Thank you for your comments and likes. 🙂
Very kind, me too Ashley. 🙂
i would like to see through your eyes.
What a nice thing to say, Babe. Thank you. I’d not like to lose any of my senses but my eyes and my hands give me the most pleasure.
That is so dynamic and exuberant. This has really made my day! 🙂
Oh, thank you, Sarah! That’s a lovely thing ti hear. Big smiles over here. 😀
This makes me feel so calm but like my body is being torn apart at the same time. It’s wonderful.
Also, “Creepy Spooky Lovely Nice” is a really excellent tagline.
I look forward to working with you on HA. xx
Greetings,fellow HA person! (I love that it’s HA!) Thanks for your kind words – that’s some reaction. What do we call you? TMBB?
Creepy Spooky Lovely Nice were words that people used a lot to describe my stuff when I started this blog in 2009.
I look forward to working with you, too. I’ve had only a quick look at your blog so far, but intend a deeper exploration soon.
P.S. I have bipolar type 2.
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