Lol. I've got the cheap Halloween armor I spray painted black and the sword I help make for my Guts costume sitting in a corner. Then again it's the only real costume I've had. You must have a dozen costumes you have to find places for them to store.
oh yeah its this lame thing at cons where they check your weapon and put a zip tie on it to show they checked it, well a dumbass did it too tight and damaged the wood on the handle of my Soul Crusher sword, I was so mad
nah i know vince didn't get singles cept for cj and elspeth i think on sunday.
i did get one solo from leonard, but he asked me to twirl in my heels to get cape action, but everything looked awkward and unnatural. but i thought all of us would've at least got one or 2 singles from vince so i didn't want to wander away, since i thought that would be rude to do. but then i ended up with very little to show in the end.
i don't really want to go further into this since it's passed. I hope to post a group shot that you have edited though i didn't know they were there till today lol!
Aww I'm sorry hon, I wasn't aware that happened Next time *please* feel free to ask for a solo shot or one you specifically had in mind. Vince was probably under the impression the girls wanted group shots since that's how the Magic Knights are always seen, so I guess this is all just for next time...? haha
You and me both. I have a film SLR in addition to my point-and-shoot digital, but once having gone digital a few years back, I can't see myself using film on a regular basis (limited shots and expense of developing and printing O_o ). I've been looking into digital SLRs and seeing if it's feasible with my budget though. They aren't cheap though, even with the entry level ones.
Oh yeah, we have an old SLR, but I dont want to worry about tall the film and stuff, plus even if I dont know the exposure settings its no big deal if I waste 10 shots on something when its all digital
True, a lot of the lenses will transfer over. However, the focal lengths will be different than what you might be used to from those lenses due to the sensor size on a given digital camera, typically farther out. For example, a 50mm lens designed for a film SLR might act more like an 80mm when attached to a digital one. That's why the stock lenses included with DSLR kits seem shorter in comparison to the ones that came with film SLRs. Older SLR lenses will work, just that you have to be aware of the differences in focal lengths.