loading

Take a Photo, Get a patch! (my new monthly give away)

Some of you may have noticed that I stopped doing my famous 'Desktops of [current month]' Forum topics. 

These few days of past, I may have bought myself three cameras, so it prompted me to think.
Thus I bring you my new monthly forum topic, which I hope more people can get involved with than the Desktop wallpaper topics.

Essentially, every month I am going to post a topic with a distinct theme. The task then is for you guys to go out and take a picture along that theme, and post it as a comment.

This months theme is an introductory one - 

 
Camera Self Portrait

Go and take a picture of your camera using your camera.

Make the most of reflective surfaces, and interesting techniques. If you own more than one camera I want you to use your favourite, because this is the first topic, think of it as a 'hello, meet my camera'.

You do not have to be in the photo, so you can still take part if your conscious of putting your picture on the webz.

Remember, the best camera is the one you have with you. I know that one of you could easily take an amazing picture with your phone, while someone with a nice Canon 7D could struggle to find a nice shot. 

Every person who posts gets a patch! 

Here is a picture of me with my Canon just after I had got my 50mm prime lens!


Picture of Take a Photo, Get a patch! (my new monthly give away)
photopatch.tif
sort by: active | newest | oldest
1-10 of 103Next »
=SMART=6 years ago
My trusty Samsung NV10,
Beautiful black design with electric blue elements. Takes great photos, does macro really well too, I use it for all my instructables.

Its about 4 years old now, might get a micro4thirds soon.
I bought it in France on a trip with my dad, he left my older cybershot camera on a table and it got stolen, he claims it wasn't his fault.

yea and i'm flying in the picture :)
Photo 71.jpg

I reccomend the Pentax Q for a small, mirrorless camera. I love mine and use it more than my dslr.

gmjhowe (author)  =SMART=6 years ago
 Truth - I was expecting something a bit more creative from you!
=SMART= gmjhowe6 years ago
haha i was going to set up a load of mirrors but the only ones i could find are very securely fastened to the wall, and im supposed to be revising XD
gmjhowe (author)  =SMART=6 years ago
 I will let you off, only because of the revising. I do like that camera, I nearly bought one, but then I got my nice Canon instead!
Ike374 years ago
Yep
Vyger4 years ago
This shot may not be big enough here to show a lot of detail but you can go to the instructable and see it giant size. (click on the picture and specify Original size)

http://www.instructables.com/id/Spring-close-up-and-Personal/
Cateye.jpg
mstrfxit Vyger4 years ago
I really like the way you think out side the Box , great job
Hi all. My first post to the site.. and here's my picture of my camera taking picture of my camera.

Feed-back effect via Canon's live-feed software. I'm holding a mirror in front of the camera and removes it. Utilizing the delay transferring the live feed via USB I'm able to give it a bit of video feedback before taking the shot.
IMG_31685_instructable.jpg
nobody uses Pentax?
1-10 of 103Next »