Matt’s Take: The Camera

Ladies and Gentlemen, boys and girls, robots and cyborgs, Androids and Super Saiyans, welcome to another edition of Matt’s Take.
Today I will be giving you my take on, perhaps, the greatest invention that has ever come to exist; the camera *insert excited oohs and ahhs here*
THE CAMERA is without doubt a magnificent achievement by humanity and is one of the most misused and underappreciated gadgets ever.
Let me add some perspective to this point; the camera is a device that allows you to capture moments in time. Let me just type that again; let’s you CAPTURE MOMENTS IN TIME!!!
MY GOD DO YOU NOT REALISE HOW AMAZINGLY AWESOME THAT IS?! A camera, regardless of quality or price let’s you take a moment in your life and immortalise it, forever. It’s just there now, for you to look back on whenever you want and you can relive those memories and physically hold them in your hands. SERIOUSLY! HOW FUCKING COOL IS THAT?!
AND NOW ONTO THE MISUSE! Why do people seem to be incapable of taking a natural photo of the people around them? Why must photos always be posed? Is your life posed and planned into the ‘perfect’ angle and lighting? No. So why must photos be like that?
AND WHY ARE PEOPLE TRYING TO BE DUCKS?! WHY IS THAT A THING?! JESUS YOU’D THINK OUR GENERATION IS FULL OF IDIO-oh right, it is full of idiots, man our generation really is quite stupid, I mean obviously there are plenty of intelligent, nice, decent humans but have you seen the morons that walk around lately? Most of them are on TV now! But I’m getting off topic.
My point is that humans have a way of taking something absolutely, unbelievably awesome and using it for the most stupid and ridiculous reasons.
I just think every once in awhile that people just need to take a minute and look at the camera they hold in their hand and just think, “HOLY SHIT, I’M BASICALLY HOLDING A TARDIS IN MY HAND RIGHT NOW!”
So yeah, appreciate your mini TARDIS’ people, this has been Matt’s Take.
Thank you for reading.

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