I've been super busy lately that I keep missing out chances to take photos with this super awesome camera, the Casio Exilim ZR20. I know I was supposed to update my blog showing more functions but I'm chasing for time I ended up posting super old posts saved in my draft instead. Obviously, I need to make more time for myself and also my writing. Luckily, in between being a test shoot guinea pig and hanging out with Team Kix (if you don't know who they are already, they're the people behind THIS video) at their secret hideout, I managed to snap some random photo of the secret test shoot project.
This time I used the Toy Camera function, since there's tons to play with, and I love how Toy Camera looks good when there's tons of objects around, making it look effortlessly messy, if you know what I mean.
Someone asked me, how good is this camera. I said "you can get all these effects in a few simple clicks of two buttons. Not only that, you get to choose the level of intensity you want too! This means that it saves you time from having to treat your photos with heavy post-processing via Photoshop. For example, these three are photos using different level of intensities taken under the Toy Camera mode:
LEVEL 1: Blue tint
LEVEL 2: Green tint
Level 3: Red tint
So here are some random photos I snapped with the Toy Camera mode. I must say that I've had so much fun with this function that I think it's my favorite so far! There's no need to use a lomography camera and waste on film when I can do it digitally. I can't wait to use it on more photos!
Check out more sample photos on Casio Exilim Malaysia's Facebook Page to make your comparison!
Ohhhhh, I missed out on another function, which is the miniature function. I always use this function in my iPhone but now I can have it on my camera too! Same goes with Toy Camera mode! Check out what I did recently. The downside about using the iPhone app is that I can't choose my focal point whereas with this camera, I get to choose which part of the frame would I want to focus on! Super cool, alright!
Lower half focal point:
Middle focal point:
Interested yet? =P
Still more functions to post soon!