There’s a nice piece today in the NYTimes photo blog Lens about the use of camera phones in journalism (and photography in general). I like it because I’ve been feeling like a lazy photographer for not bothering to shlep my SLR around “just in case” when I know I can rely on my iPhone in a pinch. But I’ve also taken a lot of photos with my camera phone that I wouldn’t have normally taken–if I don’t have my camera with me or if I just don’t feel like it warrants a gigantic photo.
In pet stores
At Vietnam, my favorite lunch spot
in downtown SF
and, of course, jogging in Vancouver’s Stanley Park
I love my camera phone.
One of these guys was walking this line (clipped in) when we were driving by, causing us all to point and gasp. We waited for him to do it again but they were futzing with the line and their photographer so we left. People are crazy.
Everybody loves the desert.
Crystal Basin Park in the El Dorado National Forest.
Above the morning fog at Fremont Peak, about 3,000 feet up and always sunny!
Water treatment tanks in the desert.