1. How did you get picked to be part of the Nintendo 3DS
The people from Nintendo heard
that I loved to take photographs, and thought I would be the
perfect ambassador for their new Nintendo 3DS camera exhibition.
2. What does it mean to be a
Nintendo 3DS ambassador?
I am really flattered, I can
remember playing Super Mario when I was younger, and now my
daughter also has her own Nintendo 3DS console which she loves.
I'm also really proud to stand aside other intriguing
Australians to showcase my life in 3D
3. What are your thoughts on 3D photography?
Iím amazed at how the 3D
photographs look and I cant believe that you donít even need to
use special glasses!
4. Was the Nintendo 3DS easy
to use as a camera?
It was super easy to use, the
main thing you have to remember is to keep it still.
5. What was the biggest
challenge you faced while using the 3DS?
The biggest challenge I faced was
not snapping, I couldnít put it down!
6. Describe your perfect 3DS
shot that you have taken?
I took some amazing images at the
Festival of the Wind at Bondi Beach, with giant colourful kites
coming right towards the camera.
7. What about most amusing
picture that you have taken or modified on the 3DS?
The most amusing picture was of
my son and his bestie who are both two, and trying to keep them
still and smiling for a photo.
8. Tell our readers what kind
of photos of yours they can expect to see that you have taken?
Basically a showcase from my
everyday life, at work, at home, with my kids and exercising.
9. What are your families
thoughts on the Nintendo 3DS?
They all loved it and it was a
fight for who could use it.
10. What does Sophie Falkiner
like best about the Nintendo 3DS and why?
Being able to capture great depth
of field in your photos and how much fun it is to see the
finished results and play around with the various camera modes.
11. Do you have a favourite
game on the Nintendo 3DS?
The favourite game in our house
is Cats and Dogs, the kids donít have a pet so itís the next
best thing. They are hounding me to buy the new Nintendogs +
12. What else can people
expect to see at the exhibition which opens next week?
Really interesting pictures from
four very different people taken from their everyday lives, you
can expect everything from close ups of crocodiles to amazing
angles of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
13. Any last scoops for our
You have to check out the
Nintendo 3DS Camera Exhibition at the Argyle it's running until
Thursday 22nd September, youíll love it!
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