The last photo I took before my camera died. It didn’t even make it halfway to fisherman”s wharf. FAIL
A few weeks ago I went to California to see the ocean for the first time ever. It was magical to say the least. The ocean is amazing and full of wonderful little things. And big things, but I mostly saw the little things. I could literally spend my whole day looking for seashells and other little treasures that have washed up on the shore.
San Francisco, where we stayed, is insane. There’s so much going on ALL THE TIME and SO MANY PEOPLE. It was very overwhelming for this little city girl, but it was so much fun.
And to top it of I got to experience it all with the most wonderful person I know. He’s so amazing. I don’t even know how to express my thoughts. I do know that there will be many adventures for the two of us in the future and I cannot wait.
While you’ll find plenty of DIY guides for building film cameras, it’s not the same story for digital.
The Craft Camera aims to solve that issue. It’s a simple DIY digital camera built out of cardboard and a low-cost electronic system from Arduino. The camera stores the images on a memory card that plugs into your computer.