Great story off PetaPixel worth sharing.
I’m a member of the Lewis Center Business Association and photographed their 4th of July event. An all day affair of a 5k run, kids run, parade and beach bash with fireworks. Long day but a fun day. Here are a couple of images and the photo gallery from the day. Enjoy.
After using SLR’s and DSLR’s over the years you get use to the instantaneous-ness of pushing a button and getting – most of the time – the image you thought/wanted. Point and shoots have such a delay and now that smart/cell phones are taking over the process of taking a picture is not quite the compact moment we might want.
I got lucky today. Field of Hero’s in Westerville put on by the Westerville Sunrise Rotary group is up and running. This is their 6 year of this display. I don’t know the count on how many flags placed. Will get that info later when they have finished everything.
I’ve been shooting fun stuff on my Nokia 1020 and I have a class I’m teaching in a couple of weeks at the Orange Library on smart/cell phone photography so all of the flags make for a very powerful, colorful and graphic moment. Knelt down and tried to frame for a decent shot. Bright sun on any phone screen is a killer and today is a gorgeous sunny day with just the right clouds. Press the button and waited for the image to process – Nokia 1020 makes 2 files from the one image – and the result was enough to not want to shoot for the rest of the day.
Just the right moment…