Movin’ In Time
I may or may not have expressed my disappointment with the iPhone 13 mini camera here. I honestly can’t remember. In any event, it’s generally pretty terrible. But, there are a couple of features that are pretty cool. I’d been wanting to try out the “long exposure” mode for a while, but a “traditional” opportunity…
It’s Thanksgiving, and so a visit to Assateague was in order. We’ve been going there pretty much every Thanksgiving since I was very young. This year, we arrived just in time for a few sunset shots, and to see a couple of ponies.
I spent a day in Manhattan for the National Association of Broadcasting New York convention. I didn’t make any shots at the convention itself, but as with almost every visit I make to the city, I did shoot some photos on the street.
After The Storm
A few shots taken after the hella storm we had. No damage at our place, but we ended up without power for almost 12 hours, which knocked out our internet and phones — even our cell phones were pretty useless, since we live at a low-point, and the cell signal is horrible.
Red Line to Glenmont
I took these on the front porch early this evening with the iPhone 13 Mini. The camera on this thing is, frankly, awful. You can’t shoot a proper close-up with it and have it come out sharp, unless you use the 0.5x ultra-wide-angle camera, and then everything looks bug-eyed.