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I was always a lazy digital photographer. Now I’m a lazy iPhone-ographer! And am I impressed with the swag of new features engineered into the iPhone 11 Pro! I love the optical zoom (been around for a while now!) and the 120˚ super wide-angle option (watch the hand placement when using this mode - it captures very close to the edge of your phone!). The 12mp resolution hasn't changed in years, and I will admit to photo envy from time to time when I have seen some of the Samsung Galaxy snaps! They are crisp and clean! They cram those pixels into their 16mp snap to stunning effect!
I think though, the latest addition to the iPhone, the low light feature, is my favourite to date! The engineering in the native camera app, definitely makes it easier to be a lazy snapper these days!
On my recent trips away, I spent some downtime walking through Sydney's George St. Now I’m not usually a cityscape type of person, but the lights and the lines drew me in for a shot, straight down the middle of George St, the Queen Victoria Building and Town Hall all sang out to be snapped too! I am pretty happy with the results!
Transiting through Darwin on the way home, we wandered down to the Waterfront, where we chanced upon the "Bruce Munro: Tropical Light" exhibition. well, we captured his work and the evening sky with 'attempted build-up' clouds! I was again a happy snapper!
It might just inspire me to start being a more prolific snapper again! Watch this space!
Natika describes herself as a tech-tragic. Having been swept up in Apple Mania, this is where she's at her most tragic, but she's been an early adopter of new technologies for years and loves exploring ways to adapt the latest gadgets into everyday life.