Some of the best ideas are so simple, you’re almost ashamed that you didn’t come by them sooner. Last year, I was shopping for new glasses and Rob wasn’t able to go with me, so with the help of our friend Candy and a digital camera, Rob was still able to help me decide on my selection.
Last month was Rob’s turn to get new glasses. While I was available to go shopping with him, he couldn’t see well enough without his glasses to see how the new frames looked on him. Once again, we pulled out the trusty digital camera and the problem was solved. So I snapped 2 pictures (1 straight on & 1 profile) of each of the frames that he was interested in. Rob reviewed the photos on his PC at home and even emailed out the ones he liked to get second opinions.
Tip: Make a note of the frame names & models in the order that you take the photos so they’ll be easier to find when you go back to buy them.)
So, shopping with the digital camera saved Rob from making a bad decision (see second photo below). Instead, he went with the very stylish Robert Mitchell 301 frames at EyeBastards.
I’m betting that some of you have come up with clever or innovative uses for your digital cameras, too. Post a comment and let us know about ’em!