Starting With Mobile Phone Photography

2018. Singapore. No parking for motorcycles. Not bicycles.2018. Singapore. No parking for motorcycles, but this isn’t one.

Yes, I am incredibly late to the world of mobile phone photography. I never thought much about it because the camera unit on the mobile phones I have owned over the years have never been known to be particularly competent. My start to mobile phone photography involvement was totally accidental. You know the usual story: I saw something really interesting and I did not have my camera with me. Besides, I don’t care much about the pixel quality of random street photography anyway. It is more about the moment than picture quality (Though having both would be ideal). So out came the phone from my pocket and I snapped away. And then I just thought, “Hmmm I should do this more often.” Continue reading “Starting With Mobile Phone Photography”

Phoro Album 2016 Week 16: Randomness

Well I’ve got my new PC and finally settled into my new home. I have two weeks of intensive travel ahead of me though, so expect this blog to fall somewhat silent again. The bad news is, half of that travel is work-related so expect no images to come out of that. The good news is, the other half is leisure-related, so maybe I can get some good pictures out of that!

Some images before I leave: Of people walking under the hot sun with a phone, a look at a hotel, and some Vietnamese vermicelli.

Modern Life: Walking And Looking Down At The PhoneWalking Under The Hot Sun And Looking Down At The Phone
Nikon D610, 50mm, f/5.6, 1/320, ISO 100

Singapore Pan Pacific HotelSingapore Pan Pacific Hotel
Nikon D610, 35mm, f/8, 1/250, ISO 110

Photo Album Week 47: Street Photography

In which we look at people and their phones in public, people in dark spooky corridors and people watching TV in the dark.

Underground surveillance – you are still being watched

Underground Surveillance- You Are Still WatchedNikon D610, 35mm, f/5.6, 1/80, ISO 6400

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