Protecting your Camera

Protect your camera from the rain, sand, and elements (at the beach, etc.) by putting it in a plastic bag such as a Ziploc bag.

You can also have fun and make special effects by putting stickers or sticking objects on the bag when you take your picture.


By Carol from Eastern, NC

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September 28, 20110 found this helpful

This is a trick I saw somewhere and have used quite often. When taking a picture of two objects such as two people, focus on one of the subjects by pressing the shutter 1/2 way down then move the camera to the middle of the two subjects and snap the picture. Both subjects will be in focus.

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September 29, 20110 found this helpful

This also works for cell phones. When I am in the pool I put my cell phone in a snack size zipper baggie.

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October 7, 20110 found this helpful

Another random "thumbs down"?

I always put my cell phone & camera in siplock bags when I'm going to be somewhere they might get wet. Did you know that if you hold the plastic tight against the lens, you can take a picture through it & can't tell the difference?

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