Taking pictures of streets off of rooftops? What do you all think?
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I agree, shooting pictures from rooftops or a distance is a plus. Maybe a add-on you can buy for some sweet ass zooming. I know all standard SLR camera's you can buy a zoom Lens.
Kinda like binoculars except, with a camera. This could lead into some other stuff too.
Maybe Nito-Kodak would come out with some new camera and lenses you can buy fitting the project that your working on.
Maybe on a LOONG Stretch, Photography could become a skill. I don't know why it would and I don't know why I brought it up. But things like that could happen. And maybe some other stuff im not thinking of right now.
So a Yes, for me.
(Edited by Ihasamoney at 4:47 pm on Sep. 4, 2008)
Hate to necro-bump a thread but the ideas in here are solid. Snapping photos of streets from rooftops would be super useful. There are plenty of other ideas I've got too.
Recovering deleted photographs from a camera's memory for software techies (I'm aware of the bloat, maybe have two stages of delete. Soft delete happens when you delete it IC, but the camera's memory can still be cracked and have photos recovered. Hard delete removes the thing entirely, happens a week after the soft delete was made to avoid bloat), camera mod installation by hardware techies (ShutterMute for those times you really need to snap a photograph from the shadows, ZoomZoom lense for those up-close-and-personal shots etc), and finally... memory modules for cameras that work similarly to the ones for note taking devices.