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    A collection of Flora And some interesting patterns










    Are you editing these pictures using computer or you have some app on your phone?

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    Are you editing these pictures using computer or you have some app on your phone?

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    Depends on what I want to do with the image
    If I want to acheive something surreal or I took the photo with a camera I'll use PS on my computer otherwise I'll use my phone
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    Depends on what I want to do with the image
    If I want to acheive something surreal or I took the photo with a camera I'll use PS on my computer otherwise I'll use my phone
    Oh i see.

    I wanted to do some pictures myself (maybe a blog, like yours) but I don't have anything except smartphone with me at the moment so I don't know how it is going to look in terms of quality.

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    Oh i see.

    I wanted to do some pictures myself (maybe a blog, like yours) but I don't have anything except smartphone with me at the moment so I don't know how it is going to look in terms of quality.
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    That's okay!
    What kind of photographs do you want to take?
    Is it just a hobby or do you want to get serious?
    If you want to get serious with it (like me) then I suggest you invest in an entry level DSLR and some good lenses in addition to your smartphone and build up from there!

    Otherwise a smartphone is good! Mobiography is a genre that's gaining a lot of momentum at the moment. All you need is some technique, good editing skills and some creativity and you're good to go. The quality might not be as good as with a DSLR but what your photos lack in quality can be made up for in creativeness and personality

    I could link you the blogs/instagrams of some amazing mobiographers if you'd like.
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    Interesting blog... *sips tea*... Mhm, oh yes.
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    Interesting blog... *sips tea*... Mhm, oh yes.
    Thanks!

    Can I have some of that tea :puppyeyes:
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    That's okay!
    What kind of photographs do you want to take?
    Is it just a hobby or do you want to get serious?
    If you want to get serious with it (like me) then I suggest you invest in an entry level DSLR and some good lenses in addition to your smartphone and build up from there!

    Otherwise a smartphone is good! Mobiography is a genre that's gaining a lot of momentum at the moment. All you need is some technique, good editing skills and some creativity and you're good to go. The quality might not be as good as with a DSLR but what your photos lack in quality can be made up for in creativeness and personality

    I could link you the blogs/instagrams of some amazing mobiographers if you'd like.
    In the past I was doing many pictures of landscapes, objects, etc. (except people, they are easily offended). Unfortunately, something happened to my phone because I was trying to perform some 'technical' stuff and I failed. All my files deleted, and well.. I started again. At the moment I've got like two pictures but I've got to edit them.

    Hobby? I guess it is. I mean, it's not like I'm doing it because I have to, just enjoyment and watching people staring at you. Well, actually today I've seen someone who was doing a picture of a tree from close up, so I think I'm okay.

    It would be great if you could send me some links.

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    In the past I was doing many pictures of landscapes, objects, etc. (except people, they are easily offended). Unfortunately, something happened to my phone because I was trying to perform some 'technical' stuff and I failed. All my files deleted, and well.. I started again. At the moment I've got like two pictures but I've got to edit them.

    Hobby? I guess it is. I mean, it's not like I'm doing it because I have to, just enjoyment and watching people staring at you. Well, actually today I've seen someone who was doing a picture of a tree from close up, so I think I'm okay.

    It would be great if you could send me some links.

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    Here are some:

    AMPt Community. I'd love to get featured here someday

    Skipology. He is so talented and inspiring!
    As is Emil Pakarklis :yep:
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    Can I have some of that tea :puppyeyes:


    ~ sorry, don't mean to invade your blog, i'll go now
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    Here are some:

    AMPt Community. I'd love to get featured here someday

    Skipology. He is so talented and inspiring!
    As is Emil Pakarklis :yep:
    If you want to be featured, do you need your own instagram page?

    Also, I've looked at the work of these two and I think I will hide my photos.

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