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11 Things That Happen When Your Friend Takes Up Photography

F-stahp. And take better photos with the Dell Venue — the first tablet with a 3D RealSense camera, available at the Intel Experience in participating Best Buy stores.

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1. You get twice-daily reminders to "like" your friend's photography business...

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"They already have a pricing plan?"

2. ...and they start doing that weird thing with the fingers.

"This one is called, Staying Focused."
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"This one is called, Staying Focused."

3. Selfies become "self-portraits."

"It's not a selfie stick. It's a self-portrait monopod."
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"It's not a selfie stick. It's a self-portrait monopod."

4. Also, you're a model now...

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And you work on "shoots."

5. ...so your tagged photos triple in like a month.

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The perks of friending a photog.

6. Your friend starts watermarking EVERYTHING.

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Like, even their profile pictures.

7. And suddenly, they're all obsessed about capturing "the golden hour" or whatever...

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Is color temperature in Fahrenheit or Celsius?

8. ...and making black-and-white duplicates of color photos.

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"Because black and white transcends reality, you know?"

9. Your feed turns into wedding and senior pictures of people you've never seen before...

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"Hey, it's another one where everybody's jumping in the air."

10. ...and a lot of portraits that look like this:

"Abandoned railroad tracks?" ✓ "Canted angle?" ✓ "Someone's kid I don't know?" ✓
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"Abandoned railroad tracks?" ✓ "Canted angle?" ✓ "Someone's kid I don't know?" ✓

11. And worst of all, hashtag overload.

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#We #get #it.

What happens when you add a 3D camera with Intel RealSense technology to a tablet? Come in and find out at the Intel Experience at select Best Buy stores.