I started the evening off with asking, "What camera do you use? a DSLR, compact, iPhone...."
@Amy_Christa - I rely mostly on my iPhone then editing on my iPad
@mypapercrush asked for "any tips for getting the best of your
photography if you've only got your iPhone?"
A top tip I got from A Beautiful Mess is to wipe the lens. You can check out all their top tips for iPhone photography over on their blog here
I am still amazed how technology has evolved and how it is possible to take a quality photo with a phone! My first mobile was only capable of calls and texts, O and playing snake (who remembers that??!)
My top tips are ~I would play and try all the functions and see what results you get. Also re-read your camera instructions, I re-read mine after a year and found all sorts of info I missed.
@ForestFlower23 - me too - I actually asked for a smart phone for my birthday JUST so I could have instagram!
@FlutterbyButton - I resisted Instagram for a long while as I felt it was just another social media platform to get bogged down in, now I love it! Also use Afterlight, great app.
@Amy_Christa - I use VSCO to edit most of my photos but I love the in app edits Instagram has as well. My favourite photography app is TimerCam, I did a post about my love for it http://tinyurl.com/ms5nlm9
I need to check out VSCO,I recommend A Color Story app.
I am so pleased this chat has inspired @Kay_O!
I asked @eyrea if she has tried taking photos outside to get the natural light ~ "On my balcony, in the shade :-). I've started using the local park when weather allows."
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