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2012 Mayan Apocalypse Photo Tips

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BorrowLenses.com understands that the Mayan Apocalypse is fast approaching. We’d like to make a special announcement to our customers to ensure they are prepared for the inevitable. In this short video you will find some equipment suggestions to help make your experience during the end times photographically stunning. Be sure to give us your Armageddon-friendly gear tips in the comments below. Please enjoy our 2012 Mayan Apocalypse photo tips–they might just save us all.

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  • David says:

    Love this
    One question tho: I’m a little worried about the colorspace setting on the camera as I am being pelted by massive incoming fireballs. I really wanna capture the vividness of the range of yellow and oranges colors. I usually rely on the natural setting, but the likelihood of Adobe Camera Raw not booting up on my computer is pretty high, as the house will probably be swallowed by a river of molten lava. I better focus on in-camera jpg settings.
    The last thing we want is our camera cards being discovered by visiting aliens a thousand years after our dusty remains are blown away by the nuclear winter, just for them to see our collective moment of destruction was captured in a poor colorspace.
    I mean really people …. priorities.

  • @David – At a time like this, in-camera presets might be suitable. Of course, you must ask yourself–do you want to give the aliens a false sense of saturated vividness or a more accurate representation of fiery decimation? So many things to consider!

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