OK, I’ve always said that you don’t need a fancy camera to take good pictures. All that a good camera does is add flexibility and choice, but so long as there’s a decent amount of light (and even then, not necessarily that much) a compact or a smartphone camera could well be adequate.
This lunchtime I went for a walk but was dismayed to find my trusty Lumix LX3 wasn’t in my backpack. I decided I should still try and take pictures, however. The light was flat, the weather uninspiring, but let’s try with the smartphone camera and see what comes up.
I’m going to have a go at doing this as a regular feature. Just to challenge my abilities with composition and creativity.
I will admit to one thing, however – I’ve post-processed. I usually post pictures up as they came out of the camera, but sometimes you need to tweak at least a little – and smartphone cameras are pretty limited in their controls for contrast and colour.