Hello photo fans!
So I while obviously love to run around with my D5300 (my DSLR) all the time, this past Sunday I was walking around the upper east side in the morning and decided to set a personal challenge.
As you can see from my previous posts and from my portfolios, I love buildings. A lot. If I had to photograph one thing and one thing only for the rest of my life, it would be architecture.
So with that in mind, while I was walking around the loveliness that is the upper east side near the Met Museum, I sadly did not have my big camera. Buuuuuut, I did have my iPhone. Challenge accepted.
The photos in this post are the result of taking photos with ONLY MY IPHONE 5. (gasp, oh the horror). I also only used the editing tools within the photos app to post process them in-phone. I even used the Squarespace blog app to format most of this post, so this was all a very mobile experience!
I hope you enjoy this reminder to not be limited by the gear you do or don't have with you, but instead to focus on the beauty around you and to capture it in any way possible.
Thanks for taking a stroll with me and I hope you follow along with my next adventure!
Date & Location: Sunday, 1 November 2015 - Upper East Side, Manhattan, NYC
Photos taken with: iPhone 5 & iPhone Photos app
Photo credits: Myself
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