It's not the camera, it's the photographer: Photo Assignment

Discussion in 'Photo Assignments & Technical Challenges' started by Snakeguy101, May 24, 2011.

  1. Benjgf

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    This is the definition of crappy phone photo. I was on a rooftop in Brooklyn with this beautiful girl I had just met. I had given her my coat and she was positioned juuuust right in front of this old water tower. I HAD to take a picture. Truth be told, I think the final product looks kind of spooky, but it reminds me of some old film camera. It's underexposed, grainy, and just all around poor quality. But you know exactly what it is, and I think it flows perfectly (rule of thirds, etc.). Goes to show that sometimes you don't need the most clean, detailed shot and the most expensive camera around to make art. I'm actually really proud of this crappy spur-of-the-moment photo I took!


     

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    I phone 4 or 5 my 3 yo at the time daughter and her vacation friend. Didn't think the cloud reflection would come out at all when I was trying to snap it.
     

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    On a evening walk couple days ago with my Galaxy note 4 which has a broken lens. I really need to get a good compact
     

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