There comes a time in every budding photographer's life when the desire to buy expensive gear becomes too much to handle. Every year, bigger and better cameras are released. I would want to get my hands on them if I had the money. Still, this does not mean that I would easily get beautiful shots.
In fact, this woman wants to prove that it's not all about the camera you have as much as it's about your skills. Read on!
Miss Adams has a great interest in photography.
This isn't exactly an uncomon occurrence if you have ever developed any hobbies.
She wanted to find out what she could do with a cheap camera.
I would have readily purchased such a cheap camera too!
What's fascinating about this film is that it was an already expired roll.
She couldn't believe the quality of the photos she took. Adams posted them on Instagram for everyone to see.
Given the old setup, Miss Adams had fun with finding out how to take magnificient photos.
The newest and most expensive cameras would have allowed her to worry less about good lighting conditions.
Skyler Adams had to spend $8 to process and scan the films.
In 1980, the Canon AF35M received the Good Design Award from the Japanese Ministry of International Trade and Industry.
By 1981, 110,000 copies of this camera were being produced in factories.
She could have just chosen to use expensive cameras, but she wanted to find out if she was a really decent photographer.