A young man who was “crazed” by his phone’s ability to take pictures of the world he thought he owned has released a powerful, if somewhat cryptic, video on how he came to find his obsession.
In the video, uploaded to his Facebook page in May, 22-year-old Zachary “Zach” Daugherty explains how he decided to use a phone to take selfies for his friends, and why the iPhone was such a valuable tool in the process.
The video, titled ‘It Was The Best Thing I’ve Ever Done’, was created in December 2014.
It was also featured on Reddit.
In it, Zach shows off a phone he has built for himself and explains that it uses a special technology called a “flashlight”.
The video is also embedded in a Google cache of Zach’s Facebook post, which can be viewed below.
While Zach may have started using the phone to make a few selfies a few years ago, his interest in the device has only grown since then.
In his video, Zach describes how he got into photography, and how he found the iPhone.
Zach Daughers’ iPhone extractors are designed to take photos of your phone or other objects that you have in your pocket.
Zach explains how this allows him to capture the images on a phone’s screen, allowing him to take the shots without having to touch the phone.
Zak Daugher’s iPhone extractory is made of stainless steel and features a camera with a flashlight that takes photos in the dark.
Zach explains the camera’s features on his YouTube channel.ZACH: I’ve never used a flash in my life.
I’ve only ever used my iPhone for taking pictures, and for selfies.
When you have a camera that takes a photo, you can turn it on and it takes a picture of whatever you’re holding.
I love that because I can’t touch anything with my phone.
You can’t really do anything with it, you have to look away from it and that’s what I’ve always loved.
So, I’ve been using my phone to do it.
It seems that Zach had some sort of obsession with his phone and that he would find his phone in his pocket or in his jacket pocket or his car’s trunk or wherever.
He also said that he had a camera in his car that was “fishing out” for photos of people.
This was one of Zachs first iPhone photos, taken in February 2016.ZACK: It was just me sitting there, looking out the window and thinking, ‘What if this happened to me?’ and I just kept trying to capture these images of these people.
The camera was still in the car.
So I kept trying, and I finally got lucky and I had the phone in my pocket.
I just kept searching for this image and then I just came across this video.
This was the first time I had ever done this.
I was really, really, very, very excited.
I remember looking at the phone and thinking that this is it, and then the moment I had it in my hand, it was like I could just snap that photo.
It was a very exciting moment.
It felt like I was on a journey.
I was like, ‘This is going to be the best phone ever’.
I had this image that I could do this, and it just happened to be in my wallet or in my jacket pocket.
I could actually take a picture in my car.
I couldn’t touch it.
I didn’t know what to do.
But it just came to me.
That was when I decided I was going to do something with it.
The first time Zach took a photo of a person, he used a camera he had built for his phone.
ZACH: There was this camera in the glove compartment of my car and it was just in the boot.
The only thing I could get hold of to take a photo was a lightbulb that was on and off, and the phone was off and the lightbulbs were turned off.
ZACK: That’s when I was like: ‘I’m gonna make this my own, because I want to do all the crazy stuff that I want.
I want this phone to be my camera, I want it to be this thing that I take photos in.
It just feels right to me.’
The phone, Zach explains, was the perfect device to capture a photo.
He says the camera was a “lightbulb”.
The video also includes Zach’s own camera, which he has said he plans on building into his iPhone extractories.ZAC: I have a couple of cameras that I built in my garage that I used to take some of the photos in my photos and also some of my videos.
One of the ones I built was a flash that I had built.
So now that I have the camera,