Time to try a new camera

When we started this blog I discussed my camera dilemma—the Canon D50 with lenses and tripod were too heavy to take with us on the tricycle. I settled instead for Tim’s Lumix G1, two lenses, and a GorillaPod. Almost all the photographs I’ve shared so far have been taken with the Lumix. Three days ago I decided to repeat the new-camera experience—this time with my iPhone. I downloaded three applications: Pro HDR, ClearCam, and ProCamera. I have been using all three interchangeably, depending on what I thought was called for. Most of the post-processing was done with PhotoGene—the same application I’ve been using on the iPad for most of the trip.

Without further explanation here is a record of a few more island forays—
Block Island journeys with an iPhone.

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Susan C. Larkin

Most of the time I take close-ups of plants—especially seed pods and other remnants left after the plant has flowered. Sometimes my close-ups change. So far, hands and abandoned machinery have pulled me away from plants.

4 thoughts on “Time to try a new camera”

  1. Hi Suzy! fabulous pix!!! Love both the macro & the micro, from the vast cliff & bay pix to the incredible cactus pix. Hope you continue to have a grand time. Love, Anneke

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