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Azhar15321178 Azhar15321178 2 years
Instagram: @azhrawr I have had a love hate relationship with Insta for a while and only recently embraced the system. I only upload mobile snaps despite having some great photos awaiting processing including awesome African wildlife photos. Likewise, I enjoy profiles where all the artist used was a phone since it levels the playing fields, gives everyone a stripped down medium and puts the focus on your composition, your eye, your creativity and your dedication as opposed to your technical knowledge and your gear. Recently I adopted the square format over the 4:3 I started out with since it is tougher to get photos as sharp with a square and also to get good composition using the square is not as simple with certain subjects: I like a challenge... Anyway, that's my 2 cents. You can find me on insta @azhrawr http://instagram.com/azhrawr I know the quality of some photos is not ZOMG, but that's not the point of this medium is it? That's just a bonus. PS. A lot of landscapes for a wildlife, street and portrait photographer but this isn't my number one photographic platform hence it gets my secondary photographic focus :P
Assistant-Community-Manager Assistant-Community-Manager 3 years
Great tips!  I really never even carry my camera anymore, so it's important to know how to maximize my iPhone's photo taking capabilities.
musgrove musgrove 4 years
One of the things that I like most about using the iPhone as a camera is that I get to constantly look at things from a new perspective, considering I always have my iPhone with me.
Nancy-Einhart Nancy-Einhart 4 years
What awesome tips. I don't know if I will ever be this advanced, but already I feel a little better.
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