Aramoana, no card in camera

We went up to Aramoana as a family trip, a chance to do some photography, and a chance for Sophie to get out with her new camera. But I go to take my first shot, and see “No card in Camera”. Dang!

But the best camera is the one you have with you, so the ‘proper’ camera stays in it’s case and I’ll have to make do with my phone. It’s a brilliant day, with clear skies and the sun low on the horizon. It’s set to randomise the settings. I like this since it gives me the unpredictable joy of using a truly wonderful/awful film camera without the expense of processing the film. (Matty ALN + BlackKeys 44)

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Here’s Sophie showing off that she has a ‘real’ camera… (Libatique73 + Big Easy)

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This sand dune was catching the light perfectly. (Libatique73 + Big Easy)iPhone-3381

Someone ele’s do wanted to get in on the image. Kind of weird with the dogs head not showing (I have another shot where you see the dog more clearly, but I think I prefer this one for sheer funk). (Sergio + Black Keys SuperGrain)

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You can see she likes her camera. (Diego + Dixie)iPhone-3403

Hipstamatic has given this one some cool light leaks. (Hannah + Dixie)iPhone-3418

Shooting into the sun will never give you an ordinary shot. But who wants another ordinary photo.
(Jack London + Rock BW-11)

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The last one of my favourite sand dune. (Akira + Rock BW-11)iPhone-3423

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About Phil Davison

Photographer, musician and filmmaker.

One response to “Aramoana, no card in camera”

  1. London Accountants Lady says :

    I think you did a pretty good job with your phone regardless!

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