I’m not much of a photographer, guys. If you’ve seen my blog, you already know that. But I did recently-ish invest in my first big-girl camera: a really truly DSLR. I set out to learn all the cool stuff it can do, and so far I mostly just shoot in aperture priority mode and call myself a lazy amateur, but hey, it works.
Know what’s cool though? Now I can try stuff like this.
Yep, all you do is take a sandwich bag, rip a hole in it, and stick it on your camera for a foggy look around the edges of your photos. Sweet.
Sandwich bag? Check.
Sandwich bag with a hole ripped in it? Oh sure, I can do that.
And then the only step left was to take pictures, so I started with pictures of a pin test I’d just finished.
So yep, I see what you did there, sandwich bag. But really, now it just looks like I burned the s’mores and my kitchen is residually smokey… not out of the realm of possibility, mind you.
I decided to try a different subject…
Yep. Laundry. But at least it’s clean laundry. I do have standards, people.
So the only subject I had left to use was myself, but I couldn’t figure out how to use the timer function on my camera, so, uh, yeah, it’s gonna be unprofessional, make-up-less selfies. Enjoy my chin zit.
To see more of Pintester’s tests (most of which are also CraftFails), check out her blog at Pintester.com.