So- I got an iphone! I finally did it! I have been a Samsung die hard for years and always refused to switch. I refused when my kids and husband switched, I refused when all my friends switched, and I even refused when none of my group texts worked properly and I had the nerve to ask all my friends to start using a texting app.
I loved my android! In my mind it has always been more "techie" and I am a techie girl! Not only is an android an open system where you can add more features to it, the camera on my galaxy note 5 is AWESOME! Truly amazing photos have been taken with this photo in the right light. I will miss it!
However, I decided to take the leap for photography. There were some apps that I really wanted to try that were Apple only and I was always feeling a little envious of the iphone 7 dual camera system.
But more importantly, I have been given the opportunity to use Sirui USA's phone camera lens attachments and there was no adaptors for the android phone that I owned. When the attachments arrived I was so excited because they are QUALITY! Heavy duty glass! But other than using an old iphone 6 that I had laying around, I really have not been able to give them a spin. So...I have taken the leap!
To kick off the challenge I have posted below some of my favorite images that were taken by a cell phone in the last few years. Most were taken with the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and one taken with an older iphone 6.
Join me on a 30 day adventure where I will be exploring the iphone 7plus multi camera system, the editing apps and my Sirui USA phone lenses. I will creatively challenge myself to post photos each day on social media using ONLY my cell phone and describe what apps and features I used and how I feel about them!
Disclaimor: I am not paid by Apple, Samsung, SIrui USA or any other company. All statements made in my 30 challenge are of my own opinion- good, bad or otherwise.
Alissa Rosenberg is an award winning landscape and creative photographer. Her photography has been published in Shutterbug Magazine, The Long Island Travel Guide, Newsday, Newsday Fun Book and the Long Islander publication. Her photographs have also been used in a national advertising campaign for the Long Island Travel Bureau as well as on product labels for Bath and Body Works.
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