Everyday #Adelaide No. 355 (Spring/Summer) ||| The First Day of Spring 2016 ||| Just to break things up a bit to mark a change of seasons although it’s overcast and why I decided not to go into Victoria Square to see our Olympians. #southaustralia #australia #yellow #flowers #nature #seasons #Procamera ▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️ #jj_mobilephotography #VSCO #vscocam #nature #naturelovers #nature_perfection #spring #flora #flowerstagram #everyday #bee

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      1. Oh I use everything. I have a swanky DSLR, some micro 4/3s, pointy-shooties, analog, SLRs … It’s not often that I make the time to go take photos. So it’s whatever that is charged and handy to go. It’s only when I do conceptual and surreal that I have to set time aside and like think about what I want to use. I was a purist once a long, long time ago but not anymore. When you love, you love. I even have a Fuji Instax. I use disposables for fun even. For me, the iPhone presents far more constraints and learning to compose with no lens for help is challenging and fun. Having said that, I’ve experimented a lot with the macros for iPhone. Gotta embrace it all.

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      2. Oops sorry I misread your comment.
        I don’t think that the iPhones will pass up the DSLR – point and shoots for sure. The image size will always be too small – having said that a lot more apps are allowing for lossless compression. For a lot of digital art work, working from RAW is still better. 🙂

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