Bier de Stone (slavezombie) wrote,
Bier de Stone
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The external camera app pix




1998Cam - 657.2 KB (looks promising. needs some effects)

1998Cam - 657.2 KB (looks promising. needs some effects)







Paper Camera - 5,81MG (too much memory. time to delete app)

Paper Camera - 5,81MG (too much memory. time to delete app)






Phone Cam - 163.74KB

Phone Cam - 163.74KB






Phone Cam - 158.66KB

Phone Cam - 158.66KB






Phone Cam - 141.08 KB

Cosa Buona 163.74 KB
Pkg lot at Cosa Buona


I don't know if I like the time stamp the Android phone app uses, but at least it's an obvious identifier from all the other apps.

The livejournal app is my preferred server for sharing my pix but on the Android, pix get saved to the external SD card and transferring from phone to lj Scrapbook can be time consuming (like when the iPhone's BitCam always defaults to rotating my photos as if I was using landscape mode; so for every BitCam exposure I take, I have to go into the file, select edit, rotate and rotate the file 90 degrees clockwise. It's a pain in the neck.



While I walked to lunch today, I had the perfect opportunity to take a picture of the cook at Cosa Buona loading in the firewood they use for their wood fire oven pizzas. Why didn't I take the shot? I'm going to go with bashfulness. And the fact, these days, if you take a picture of a person's face, you pretty much have to get their signature on a release form so nobody files a suit against you because they can. I don't usually take compromising pictures of people and if strangers end up in my photographs, it's only because I didn't want to wait until they moved out of the way.



The back entrance of this pizza joint, IMO, is much more appealing to the discerning eye in composition and framing of photographs than the front entrance. I rememember when this mom and pop pizzeria was called Pizza Boza and was the only local pizzaria anyone ordered from before Pizza Hut and Dominoes dominated the fast food pizza industry.

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