Because I just had to…and because you and I both know that we’ve all done them at one point or another.
1. The Mirror Shot
Strike a sassy pose, hold the camera with your head tilted ever-so-slightly toward it, and snap a photo. Don’t turn off the flash!
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My “sunset” yakisoba, or in this case, yakiudon, is named for it’s bright colors. It’s fast, easy to make, and only requires chopping and stirring!
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Gabe and Appi at Ala Moana Beach Park, with cameras. Shot with my 35mm Canon Rebel and 50mm 1.8 lens, using that weird black-and-white but color-processed film. I love that film. But seriously, getting film developed is expensive! Got single 4×6 prints plus CD for two rolls of film in one hour, and it was about $20. I also bought some Polaroid 600 to stockpile, as it was cheaper at WalMart than on Amazon. Yes, I am a film-romantic, despite all the DSLRs I usually wield.