B&H is probably the coolest store I’ve every been to. While it is very anxiety filled and has everything I hate: crowds, tourists and loud chatter, going on a weekday afternoon isn’t too bad. Filled with everything one might need or not know they do, they now have emoji styled headphones, it is still great to know superstores like this haven’t lost out to Amazon or an online company. Sure they probably took a lot of smaller electronic stores out of business but to still be able to get this much foot traffic and employ a lot of people is impressive.
There’s a million signs all over the store and people are always ready to help. I managed to get through two floors without anybody stopping me which I was very please yet very surprised about. Maybe it was my confident strut or resting b*tch face that repelled people away from me but it was a win for me. I was super interested in this surveillance mannequin they had posted on the second floor.
Being very weary of presence of Big Brother and overall fear of the government, this spooked me out! Not realizing it was covered in surveillance cameras I approached it very interested but pulled away quickly. With eyes everywhere I was visible and couldn’t escape its eyes.
I went back down to the first floor and went through some of the mini studios for 360 images and thought 140$ was worth it. Remembering how my job takes photos and tries to use direct sunlight, I always felt it’d look better to have actual lights because the images and ingredients don’t pop out as much as I know they can. While it still gets the job done I feel like the investment might be worth it!