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Tuesday, September 27, 2005

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Nikon D70 @ 27mm, 1/20 sec, f/3.8, ISO 200
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I actually took this shot last weekend when I went to the cinema at the Ocean Terminal. When the guy at the counter (not in the picture) saw my camera, he told me I wasn't allowed in with it. Not even if I put it in my bag and promised not to take it out. With all of the pirate copies of dvds and avis being so easily downloadable, I couldn't imagine what was the big deal with taking a camera in with me.

Ah well, rules are rules. After some arguing they put it in their safe and thankfully I got my friend back unharmed.

5 Comments:

Blogger Owen B. said...

Those colours really pop out against the black! It's all a marketing assault on our senses... As for not taking your camera in, it's ridiculous. I can imagine how angry I'd get. What are you going to do, take stills of a movie and then animate them when you get home??? Perhaps if it was a sneak preview and there was no publicity out yet, but a film already on general release (and by definition already out in the US several weeks ago no doubt)? Grr, argh. :)

10:56 pm, September 26, 2005  
Blogger John said...

Exactly my thoughts Owen! I was going to ask him if they were going to start banning mobile phones since most of them have fairly advanced cameras on them now.

It's all a bit silly really.

9:28 pm, September 27, 2005  
Blogger Owen B. said...

In the same vein of paranoia, I just read this post on another blog I check out, called Grumpy Gamer - note specifically his comments at the bottom about having his phone/camera confiscated and then NOT being allowed in... ;) It's a world gone MAAAAAD I tell you.

By the way this works really well with the black background you have set up.

11:24 pm, September 27, 2005  
Blogger John said...

Cool, thanks for the link Owen. Mad indeed :)

5:36 pm, September 29, 2005  
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