“Sometimes the most productive thing you can do is relax!” Mark Black
My friend, what are your thoughts on cell phone Photography?
I must confess that most of the cell phone photos I take are substandard as compared to DSLR or Mirrorless cameras.
I have tried many cell phones cameras of a different make.
I am also aware of the technical limits of the cell phone camera.
Ironically high-end cell phones have become costlier than DSLR cameras!
The whole thing boils down to portability, ease of use and multifunctionality
The only advantage with the cell phone is, it’s handy and clicking the photos are much faster even before an outsider realises that a photo is taken.
It’s a boon during street photography since many won’t notice you.
A cell phone is perfectly OK as long as we don’t mind the quality of the image.
But satisfaction with the quality of the photos taken depends on the eyes of the person…beauty in the eyes of the beholder!
Cell phone manufacturers claim that their photos are superior to their competitors.
Coming to my image above
The above image is taken with my One Plus 6 cell phone.
As you can see in the above image, there is a sofa in need of an urgent repair, but kept on the pavement by some unknown.
Maybe it’s kept for transportation to the repair shop or maybe it is thrown out because it’s become junk.
Since it’s on the pavement I guess it’s discarded.
Most of the road users, when they see such things on the pavements, get disgusted or annoyed and curse the maintenance department of the agencies and also the people who threw the sofa irresponsibly.
What is the point I am trying to say?
The point I am stressing here is that nothing goes to waste in this world.
As long it’s there on the pavement, there are lesser fortune people who can have a nap and enjoy the rest of the day.
Any needy can pull up this sofa and have a siesta!
“When life’s problems overwhelming, look around and see what other people are coping with. You may consider yourself fortunate” Ann Landers
Either you get a suitable or workable solution to the problem or just shut up (instead of whining).
“I think some people enjoy complaining almost as much as they enjoy doing nothing about it” Unknown
Please share your thoughts.
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Take care, my friend.
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This post is part of John S Cellpic Sunday Photo Challenge and
XingfuMama’s Pull Up A Seat photo challenge.