The best camera is the one you carry
The first time I heard photographers saying this I didn’t really get it… If an iPhone camera is enough to be a photographer, why would anyone want to buy a professional camera anymore. Lately I used my iPhone minimally for photography I want to share because I thought is limiting. But today something clicked… I went out for a walk in Deep Ellum, a quirky neighborhood in Dallas and I didn’t have a camera. Usually at midday the sun is quite harsh in Dallas, so I did’t bother, but then I realized we had been blessed with a thin layer of fluffy clouds diffusing the light so perfectly, I could’t miss the opportunity. I took my iPhone out and I started to shoot wide angle, enjoying the big sky, the empty spaces, the distorted angles, the electricity wires, the soft colors. The photos I made are not perfect, but they are something I really needed.
The photos were processed in the phone with Snapseed (a vintage filter and frames).