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When was the last time you took a photo?


For myself I would say 4 weeks ago taking a picture of a magazine
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This morning, took a pic of a barcode I had to remember.
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I probably only take less than 3 photos of myself yearly. I mostly blame not being on social media. The only time I took many photos of myself was was when I lived/visited many places overseas between 2016 and 2017.
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I would say that it was probably a few months ago when there was something I bought on Amazon that broke before it should have and I needed a picture for the review. I hardly ever take photos of anything. Mostly my room is not very photogenic (and I certainly am not either).

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A few hours ago. I’m surprised that not everyone takes many photos.

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I took a few photos while I was on vacation, but I rarely tend to take any unless I have an actual reason to.

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Around Christmas time. I took a photo of my cat with a disposable camera. Still lots of film left.

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One of me was like 6 months ago or more. So half a year ago.

But the last picture I took in general was a phone number I took at work just in case I accidentally threw it away cause I have done that before. And I took a picture of my work schedule. lol
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Technically I took a photo of a check this morning in order to deposit it. Before that, it'd been a few days since I haven't been walking/hiking anywhere.

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Around Christmas time. I took a photo of my cat with a disposable camera. Still lots of film left.
Last time I used film was around the turn of the century... and last time I used a disposable camera was never I think. Is there an advantage to the disposability?

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Last time I used film was around the turn of the century... and last time I used a disposable camera was never I think. Is there an advantage to the disposability?
No, it's dodgy from an ecological standpoint. However, I received this camera as a present and it does make a rather good present.

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Last time I used film was around the turn of the century... and last time I used a disposable camera was never I think. Is there an advantage to the disposability?
My guess would be the reason they were popular was 35mm film was somewhat complicated to use properly and probably a lot of people complained about it not being a drop in cartridge (as 110 was). APS might have been a drop in format. I can't remember (I don't think I ever used it). 35mm wasn't that hard to use but the photos that most cheap 35mm film cameras took were not much better than the photos taken by a disposable camera. If at all better. I guess some people didn't want to mess around with it at all and just bought them for convenience.

The only film camera I ever had that took good pictures was a $300 Minolta SLR.

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No, it's dodgy from an ecological standpoint. However, I received this camera as a present and it does make a rather good present.
I've actually been to weddings before where each table had a disposable camera on it. You just take all the silly photos you want, and then whoever's running the wedding takes them all to get developed at some point. Fun little thing to do while you're waiting on the soup course.

Last photo I took was of a question on my dad's page-a-day Jeopardy calendar. The answer was, "What is 'Mandy' by Barry Manilow?" I sent it to my sister because she used to be a big fan of the TV show 'Angel'. Props to anyone who understands the connection between those two things
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I think I took one about two days ago for Snapchat.
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Last photo I took was of a question on my dad's page-a-day Jeopardy calendar.
I'm jealous! I really wanted that calendar but everywhere was sold out. I buy it most years, but I guess it was more in demand this year with Alex's death and I waited too long.
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Youngest sister cut my hair yesterday with electric clippers, she did a before & after pic, I was heading for the hobo look before so the difference was interesting, ( She commented it looked like a mullet : /) I mostly wore a beanie though so nobody actually realised my hair had got so long.

I took a pic after so I guess now this qualifies.
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This morning, of a chicken

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This morning, of a chicken
Now you have to post that.

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Now you have to post that.
Behold the splendor of a dirty car window and a chicken that walked by before I could get a good shot of it.

They are everywhere these days... funny that this one is outside Wendy's Fresh chicken burger anyone?



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That is kinda strange. I don't think I've ever seen a rooster just there like that.

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That's a fine looking rooster, hawaii has a free range chicken problem, I did not know that.
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