Cell phones not taking over?

Started Jul 15, 2013 | Discussions thread
salla30
salla30 Senior Member • Posts: 2,596
Re: It only matters if the tool is more important than the result. . .
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hdr wrote:

Glen Barrington wrote:

In this case, what is more important to you, the device or the image? If the phone makers can come up with a phone camera that meets my needs, great! If they can't (and they haven't yet), I'm cool with that too.

But really, I care about the photo more than anything else.

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Now that you've judged the quality of my typing, take a look at my photos. . .
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Phone owners are revolutionising photography itself.

Soon enough, 'old-school' photographers will be turning to them to learn the basics of 'mobile photography.

Is that a serious post?

What are these mysterious "basics" of which you speak?

You may be surprised that most of us "old-school" photographers have advanced cell-phones too, and have even dabbled in the mysteries of "mobile photography". Lol.

We also know something of your strange world of "face-book" and the dark arts of the "internet" and your so called "web-site" trickeries.

I hope the reason for your post is because you have a great sense of humour.

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