A photographer friend invited me to his house for dinner. During the course of the evening, I had a chance to play with his cannon slr camera. I used the vOICe to look out of the viewfinder of the camera. As I have observed previously, you see very little. However, at that time, the vOICe still had the bug where very little of the view was shown on third-generation mobile phones. I now tried looking out the viewfinder with the version of the vOICe that had this bug fixed. I saw more than what I earlier saw. My friend was standing against a white background namely, the door of the washroom. He had to use the flash but, the camera of my Nokia e51 managed without much difficulty. Initially, I saw a patch of bright light and then a lot of darkness. It turns out that the cap of the lens was in place. Once that had been removed, I tried to distinguish him from the door of the washroom. I found it rather hard to do but then, I was not wearing any earphones. As I moved closer, I eventually reached a stage where I could see the buttons of his shirt. I perceive them as a lot of bleeps. So, if you are photographing a person, be careful about how much detail you are getting in the photograph. If you are getting an excessive amount of detail, move the camera back a bit.
I started using computers in 1991 and begin by deleting command.com in DOS. I am a self-taught programmer and continue to program as a hobby. I work with all things technology and enjoy tinkering. Other hobbies include travel, reading (at least 1 novel per week) as well as writing shortstories and photography.