I appreciate these articles, but I'm seeing photos on my Instagram feed that simply blow these out of the water. Not sure how you are finding your subjects.
Yes, the dog one is nice.
Of course nobody's looking at the actual photos on the wall.
Sorry, I have to say it: It's hip to be square. ;-)
sigala1: People are violating the spirit of Instagram by using borders to make the photos rectangular.
I'm with you. Non-square images look lame.
I'm afraid I'm going to have go along with the majority and say these just aren't very good. Meh.
N13L5: anything thats not for the nasty iphone?
Again: Of course you didn't read closely enough to see that the last device is being made for other types of phones
globethrottle: Oh, I thought there was something to read here, but no, it was all ifon stuff :-(
Of course you didn't read closely enough to see that the last device is being made for other types of phones.
Camediadude: I expect more from you guys..
These are the stories I zero in on these days.
maxnimo: The purpose of camera image samples is to show the quality of the sensor and the lens. It is not for showing off the photographer's zany artistic skills. Most of these samples are not very useful.
Lol, I'm amused that anyone would consider any of these photos "zany" and somehow find them upsetting. Goes to show you why 99.9% of the photos out there are banal to the extreme. Actually, I was impressed with the quality of many of these. A definite step above the usual samples gallery. Frankly, I'm much more inclined to buy a camera when I see the magic a talented photographer can create with it. If you're just interested in pixel peeping wait for the studio shots.