Butterflies ( Captured with Vintage iPhone) November 22, 2019 by Michael Lai in A Photo a Week, Travel, Travel Hong Kong, Travel Theme, Tuesday Photo Challenge, Weekly Photo Challenge, Wordless Wednesday and tagged butterflies Rate this:Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related
iPhones still take the most wonderful shots. Good ones, Michael.
Yes, I am thinking of upgrading my iPhone; they are even better. 🙂
Lots of Wu-Dip. 🙂
You will soon be fully converted to the iphone. 😉
Yes, I am thinking of buying the iPhone 11 🙂
Do and tell me about it. I’m still using my faithful Iphone 7. 😉
I am still using iPhone SE which is even older; but my photos of my morning hike were mostly taken with it. One day, I will do away even with my palm size Sony RX100 VI.
The Sony is the camera you bought recently?
Yes, about 6 months ago. Not very good for low light conditions and the batteries are necessarily small.
Hmmm. Low light eh? The iphone is not bad in that respect. Makes for grainy pix which I don’t dislike… 🙂 (My flash is always turned off, in case of a museum…)
iPhones are good in low light. Hand held cameras with large zooms absorb too much light via the lens thus limiting the maximum aperture. My flash is always turned off too.
Ah! Now I understand. Of course, the zoom absorbs lots of light… Hmmm.
If you use physical lenses, the more lenses you put in to achieve a bigger zoom, the more light you loose when it travels through the lenses.
If you use digital zoom, which smart phones use, they give you the zoom but it will increase the ISO to compensate, resulting in coarser grains in the photos.
Now I understand. I’d always been wondering about that.
Nice but butterflies are less 😉
So, we need to cherish them while they are still with us 🙂