LOZ wrote:It shits all over your dslr Thank god Canon don't make phones
Was talking to a retail camera shop owner he said P&S cameras 6 years ago made up 40- 50% of his sales and now they are 14% and that 14% has eaten into his DSLR sales
needless to say he is going broke .
If my daughters gf allows me I will post her wedding photos that were taken on a iPhone and a new Nokia phone they are bloody amazing that's all I can say
LOZ wrote:Why feel sorry for a business that dosnt keep up with the times Buggered if I can remember the last time the milko came probably around the same time the dunny pan man lost his job that was around the same time we had the sewer connected .
LOZ wrote:I also think so called photographers get far too carried away with image quality and forget about the content of the photo just tune in to any photography forum and look at the chat about new camera new lens new new must have.
LOZ wrote:BTW I think these 6 are the most enjoyable I have seen from you that's just my thoughts so don't worry I know ****
LOZ wrote:Another amazing photo phone thing they used at the weeding was a phone APP that many of the guests loaded to there phones and when a pix was taken it was immediately sent to the brides phone. When the bride woke the next morning she was able to look at 100s of photos and videos that were taken at the church and reception,
So there goes those stupid single use 12 shot plastic film cameras they leave on tables at the reception
W G wrote:There is so much utter crap that people delude themselves with about their gear. Especially in a venue such as were are in.
The best camera is the one you're happy with for the task at hand.
Alex, these garden pics are incredible. They remind me of two much earlier snappers. Albert Renger-Patzsch (the father of photographic objectivity)
and from even earlier Charles Jones. (The Plant Kingdoms of Charles Jones). http://www.thamesandhudson.com/The_Plan ... 0500542224
Thanks for the fine work whether with phone or cam.
Doug wrote:These are impressive alright.
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