My friends are very afraid of me as I carry something in my pocket all the time. Yes, my mobile phone, which is a very decent aim and shoot camera too.
While many of my friends are averse to the idea of impromptu photography. I personally take pride in it. Here’s why:
In the world we live, there are so many instances that happen around us, which are so very unique. Forget taking pictures of yourself or your friends, but if you look around there are so many things that you might just see once.
Now you don’t have to be an avid photographer or an enthusiastic traveller to think this way, but just have an open eye to what happens around.
Sometimes nature throws something at you that you would love to see and cherish over and over again.
If you have kids I don’t have to tell you how important this becomes. Unpredictable kids, provide umpteen opportunities to click those magic moments. Manier times, many of us just wish there were more memories of our childhood. It was difficult perhaps at that time to have so many pictures taken.
Thanks to technology advancement, we are having this at our disposal and I think we should make enough effort to save all those memories.
Here I present a fantastic view, when I witnessed a full double rainbow on River Thames, London. I saw a rainbow in full for the first time in my life. If it was not for my Nokia N95, it would have only been in my memory.
Recommended Aim and Shoot Cameras/Phones:
Sony K700i, Xperia
Samsung Tocco, Pixon, Omnia
Sony DSC – W120, W130, W170 (fantastic picture quality even in night)
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