Photography Adventures

Going back to my history of cameras that I had, up until ’02, I used to use those old skool point & shoot cameras, or disposables with the film in it, and get it developed by mail or in the store. I feel almost ancient talking about it. Then there was the “Jam Cam,” my first digital camera that took low quality digital pictures without the preview screen. Most of the pictures came out pixellated, dark and hazy, if it didn’t have the right light, but I was happy in saving from development costs. Continue reading