I decided to take a chance and try my hand at the Photo101 Challenge during the month of June. I’m generally a writer, aspiring to be a novelist one day, but in the mean time I dabble a little with Photography and more specifically Camera Phonography (if there is such a thing).
I just believe that with the advances in the camera aspect of most cellphones these days, I don’t necessarily need a DSLR or even a regular point and shoot. Aside from the fact that I feel a bit awkward with them, I find that it’s easier for me to whip my phone out and take a shot as opposed to pulling out my DSLR, lens, white balancing, adjusting shutter speeds and all these things. Sure its lovely to play around with the different components of the camera, but for me, it’s just simpler to use my phone.
So here lies the photos I’ve taken with my camera phone over the course of this challenge. If you want to find more of the photos I’ve taken over the years, you can follow me on Instagram here.
Day 1: Home & Getting Oriented
Day 2: Street & Establishing Shots
Day 3: Water & Orientation
Day 4: Bliss & Captions
Day 6: Connect and Tags
Day 7: Big and Point of View
Day 9: Warmth and Quality of Light
Day 10: Mystery and Lighting Effects
Day 11: A Pop of Colour
Day 12: Architecture & Monochrome
Day 13: Moment and Motion
Day 14: Scale and Observation
Day 15: Landscape and Cropping
Day 16: Treasure and Close Up
Day 17: Glass