The mobile phone ... I mean camera.

  Granddaughter on her iPod Touch (older pic) 

Granddaughter on her iPod Touch (older pic) 

At one time or another, I think we have all been told, “The best camera is the one you have with you.” Most of the photos I take these days are on my iPhone. Yes, I use my DSLR for what I will call ‘serious photography’, but I capture amazing photos with my iPhone. Editing photos on a mobile device has improved as well, making the need for large cameras and computers less relevant. 

It was not that long ago when the cell phone camera was just a toy. Mobile photography has advanced faster than most point-and-shoot technology. It’s amazing to think how far computational photography has come. I ran across this NatGeo article today and it reminded me how far mobile cameras have come .. enjoy. 

This Is the Extraordinary True Story of the First Camera Phone  - National Geographic 

 

 

Photos, memories and feelings ..

“Photos bring back memories and memories bring back feelings” ~unknown 

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Photography can be fun, but memories are priceless. When I look at photos of my grandchildren, such as this one, I feel the photo .. and the memories that it bring back. I have thousands of photos, but photos such as this one are priceless.

This is my youngest granddaughter. I have 6 of them, and I love every one of them. Photography is an extension of the memory, and I love how it makes me feel. You don’t have to be an expert to take a picture that will melt the heart! Enjoy!!!