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    DPP Member Roland R. Roldan's Avatar
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    Wedding using Kodak fixed-focus point and shoot



    Wedding I shot using Kodak DX 3500 2.2mp fixed-focus point and shoot camera.

    http://abbeymanila.multiply.com/photos/album/70


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    Re: Wedding using Kodak fixed-focus point and shoot

    cool set...
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    Re: Wedding using Kodak fixed-focus point and shoot

    I've also seen one where the couple handed out kodak disposable cameras to their guests. At the end of the event, they collected it and added it into their album.

    Adds a whole new perspective to their album.

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    Re: Wedding using Kodak fixed-focus point and shoot



    Quote Originally Posted by markmercado View Post
    I've also seen one where the couple handed out kodak disposable cameras to their guests. At the end of the event, they collected it and added it into their album.

    Adds a whole new perspective to their album.
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    Yes, I have covered this kind of "gimmick" during my film days. Usually the coordinators will leave disposable camera on each table and let the guests occupying the particular table "shoot" each other. Nice "gimmick" though (before the digital era)
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