Sorry for the lack of communication, but I’ve been working on changes to the main site. I’m keeping the look and feel right now, but adding sections for wedding photography. Stay tuned for the site updates later this week.
In the meantime I wanted to discuss a new little addiction I have – iPhone photography. Since getting the iPhone, I’ve used the device for everything from phone calls to showing my photo gallery. I love it, but would I use it over my big, beautiful Nikon with a giant, high-speed lens for photography? Ummm, yes!
Having a pro-level DSLR camera is fantastic, but it’s not always practical to carry everywhere. After some nudging from some photo-friends, I started using my iPhone for more and more photography – mostly snapshots. Now, I’m addicted! Since the iPhone is always with me, I’m shooting with it all the time. Snap, snap, snap! I use it to remember prices of products to shooting the kids doing something unexpected.
What I really enjoy is making the iPhone snaps look different from my standard images. In steps the application Camera Bag. This app allows me to take a picture on the iPhone and save it using various presets. I’ve been using the Instant setting which makes my photos reminiscent of Polaroid snaps. Neat stuff and it’s always with me!
So remember, it’s not the camera that makes the photographer…