14 Aug

I found this post from La Belle Estelle Photography. She talks about wining a contest with an iPhone photo. I was wondering what you all think about iPhone versus traditional digital photography. I know that I have taken pictures with both and sometimes I prefer the iPhone. I thought it might be fun to have a discussion about it. Let me know your thoughts.

La Belle Estelle Photography

I don’t always share my iphone photography because that’s not really the focus of this blog or website.  However, I am still a firm believer in the saying that the best camera is the one you have–I almost always have my phone!  So I take a lot of pictures with my phone.  There’s been a photo contest going on in Minnesota and I spent some time in that area and submitted my photo and was so surprised and thrilled to win the week ten prize!blue mn naturemn natureBrowse more photos from #MNnature.  And submit your own next time you’re in Itasca County!  You could be the next winner!  Contest ends Labor Day, 2015.

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Posted by on August 14, 2015 in Miscelaneous


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4 responses to “#MNnature

  1. Vibrant

    August 14, 2015 at 4:02 am

    A beautiful picture indeed. 🙂
    Have a nice Friday Evelyn.



  2. JoHanna Massey

    August 15, 2015 at 1:32 am

    I am just amazed that phones can take such beautiful photos. The always improving technology is magic sometimes. Great photo.

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  3. Colette B

    August 16, 2015 at 6:29 pm

    I tend to prefer my phone because a camera, even a small one, can be heavier to hold and hurts and I shake. But have that problem too with phone if trying to take lots of photos for longer time. Camera’s are nice for flexibility of settings not always available on phone. Don’t have an iPhone though, they maybe have more options. Love your photos by the way. Best wishes 🙂


    • Evelyn Smith

      August 17, 2015 at 4:05 am

      Yes, I prefer the phone too but I wish there were more settings. Maybe iPhone 7 will have more. Thanks for visiting and for the nice compliments!



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