You know me. I often make my best pictures along the way. One the way to some place else. I took this picture while we were walking. With my i-Phone.
Let’s discuss this for a minute. There is a group of photographers that say, i-Phone pictures really aren’t serious photography at all. That may be so. But, there are art galleries and some advertising agencies that champion loosely produced i-Phoneograhy. It has become a useful tool. And, for sure, it illustrates that old saying about the best camera.
Question: “What is the best camera?”
Answer: “The one that you have with you.”
That said, I mostly use it sort of as a sketch pad. I like bigger image files. I like the choice of lenses and stuff like that. And, I like working with RAW files. But, as in all technology, change happens quickly. New iPhones, which are often chasing other smartphones, will have RAW file capability, better lenses and larger image files. Am I suggesting that we all switch to higher power smartphones? Noooooo… All things in moderation. Even moderation.
Oh yeah. The picture. I’m not telling. You tell me. Please. Just know that I didn’t place the leaf in that position.
In my Mr. Spaceman moment, I forgot to title this post. It’s now called Blue and White.