September 29th, 2008
Again I’d like to point out my desire to smack the people at the digital camera manufacturers who decided that the “date stamp” setting should be set to “on” when the cameras are shipped. Most people don’t bother to learn how to turn it off, and it looks awful. It’s also redundant; all digital camera files are date-stamped in the jpeg file’s metadata (along with info like shutter speed, aperature, focal length, etc), which doesn’t show up in the photo.
Also, this isn’t a very good shot of the bathroom. Dark, poorly composed, and too tight an angle. Wide-angle lenses are your friend.
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