Swift as thoughts, the instants pass in front of our eyes.
"Quickly" - She said - "Capture it before it is gone"!© 2013- Filipa Nunes
I'm not against the use of a cell phone camera to make pictures. Many of them can and do have the magic a normal camera can capture. The difference is the quality is lot less. Yet, it is possible to make "dreams" even with a cell phone. The spirit of a photographer doesn't end with the material that is available to them. It is, though, challenged by it. As the main problem of a cell phone picture is the quality, I prefer to present some of my collection in a collage, instead of one-by-one photographs "mobile art" or "mobile photography" as I like to call them.
I do have a Samsung Y. Not the best cell phone for photos. But then, I had for years a Nikon E9600 and that never prevented me from taking pictures. And I'm grateful for my canon. Yet, I've been in the world of the "mobile art", and there is quality in there too.
One just need to pass over the half eaten food photos and the bathroom look-me-in-the-mirror type of things.
So, hope you enjoy this little collage and if you want to find my mobile art galleries check out my main page.
Any comments about the quality of the pictures, of course it will be utterly ignored and hidden. It is a cell phone. Not a proper mirror-camera-lens.
Oh, and yes! Even these photos are copyrighted and the collage also, so don't go using it for your own sake because you are infringing the law.
Tools of trade
Samsung Y Duos - 3Mpx camera
Aviary + Picsart Photo Editors
Place: A bit all over the place but these particular collection all in Lisboa, Portugal