The Best Camera To Carry…

Smokey Sunrise over Buffalo Pound Lake, August 27th, 2015

Smokey Sunrise over Buffalo Pound Lake, August 27th, 2015, iPhone 5s, processed with Macphun Software

We have all heard it before: The best camera to carry is the one you have on you! Smartphone photography continues to grow in popularity, thanks in part to the countless photo processing apps available. Recently I came across this post on ViewBug that I thought is worth sharing.

The article is fitting, especially since we are gearing up for the World Wide Photo Walk 2015 that is open to anyone – no special camera equipment necessary.  I anticipate to see a number of smart phones carried by those coming out to join in. In 2014 I participated in the World Wide Photo Walk in Santa Cruz, CA. Participating photographers with smart phones were flexible and right there when a special opportunity arose. Check out the interview with Mariko Klug about his passion for iPhonography!

Still hesitating and looking for excuses why not to participate in this year’s World Wide Photowalk? Don’t over-analyze – we will all venture out with the camera we like best, and many of us love our smart phones! If you live within driving distance to Moose Jaw, sign up with us! We will be exploring an area in Buffalo Pound Provincial Park. Sign up here.

This entry was written by annahergert and published on September 1, 2015 at 6:21 am. It’s filed under Fieldtrips, Landscape Photography, Macro photography, Moose Jaw Camera Club, Photography, Sharing Resources, World Wide Photo Walk and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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