My last three cameras — Pencam, Communicam, and Zire — had no flash, so I got used to drawing on existing lighting to illuminate my photos. It’s a habit I’ve carried over to the A400: the environment composes light and shadow for me, and I turn off the flash, using it only as filler for unbalanced light or bright backlighting.
An incidental cross pops out at me at Court House Metro station. Left and right arrows on a cross under a courthouse: are you reading the same metaphor into this that I am?
In the building next to my apartment, a light is on and “Finding Nemo” is ready to play, but the only audience is a little girl’s pair of shoes.
Photos taken with a Canon Powershot A400.