Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Cellular Composition

A photograph can say so many things without saying a word. You don't need a top-notch camera or fancy equipment. (Though it is very nice) You don't need crazy editing software or sweet editing skillz. (Though that is a plus) In fact, all you really need is something that you can shoot the picture with and a good eye!

So this week as I was pondering how I could challenge myself more as a photographer, I started to play with my cell phone's camera. Could I really get some good photos from this 3.2 megapixel Sony Ericsson? Would it be good enough to keep the picture raw and be published unedited? There are very few pictures that I DON'T edit with my "fancy" camera, could this really be done?

It will take some time to get just the right picture... but heck yes I could; It's all about composition anyway! With this idea rolling through my head for the past few days, I kept my eye out for anything that would look awesome through my tiny 4" cell phone. Which brings me to today post and NEW "My Cellular Composition" postings; Why not?!?!?!

So.... Dun Dun da da da

My Cellular Composition

Not WOW... enough?
Yea.. well, I'm still working on it!
I liked the "angles" on this one.
Till next time...

Composition: The act of composing the image in the viewfinder, is a visual process of organizing the elements and individual details of a scene into a balanced and pleasing arrangement. Because what one person finds pleasing, someone else will not, composition is largely a matter of personal taste.


Susan said...

ok 2 things...

1- i love that you did this at work. haha! you bad girl you!

2- i love that you have the benefit concert postcard on your wall. hooray!

and it is a cool shot! way to be creative!

LucieP said...

I just got a new cell phone that has a 2.0 megapixel camera which is what my old one had but it doesn't take as good of pictures...sad!
Just had to share that with

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