On a Local Walk with an iPhone Camera

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As much as I enjoy long walks, sometimes it isn’t possible, for whatever reason, to go out for the day. On those days, I get just as much enjoyment out of a stroll through my local woodlands with just my iPhone camera for company.

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Recently I have acquired a set of those clip on lenses that you use with smart phones. I hadn’t expected much to be honest, but I was pleasantly surprised at the quality of the pictures. Obviously, this set up will not compete with my Canon camera and lenses but for a pleasant lightweight stroll like this, it was great……and the lenses weigh virtually nothing.

I guess this kind of continues my theme of The Dorset Rambler approach to equipment, although I am still experimenting with this in an effort to lighten my backpacking load. If you missed my first two posts in the series, they are here and here.

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Today, I took my time, enjoyed seeing what was around and just played about with the iPhone set up, and I shot a video or two as well. I actually hadn’t intended to take many pictures, but when you are a photographer, its hard to resist!

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It was a very dull day! In fact, it was meant to rain although in the end, none came…….

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……..which was just as well, because there was still plenty of the wet stuff around underfoot 🙂 !

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All in all, a very pleasant and gentle wander, and this is just a few phone pictures to record it. Just goes to show that you don’t need masses of expensive equipment to get some nice pictures to remind you of a great walk.

Not that I am intending to give up my camera gear yet………….but who knows, maybe one day, especially if technology continues to improve 🙂 ! For the moment though, the jury is still out 🙂 !

Thoughts and comments are of course always welcome and I hope you all have a great week.

Thanks for visiting.

Until next time,

Your friend
The Dorset Rambler

If you would like to contact me, my email address is terry.yarrow@gmail.com – comments and feedback are always welcomed.

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