• Hariod Brawn

        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. 🙂

        • Ashley Lily Scarlett

          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. 🙂

        • Hariod Brawn

          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:

  1. themagicblackbook

    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

    • Ashley Lily Scarlett

      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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