This christmas holiday has flown past. I am almost too late to wish you a merry christmas at all, but I intend to do it anyway.
Our cat almost accepted to be a photo model for this shoot. It only took me about 150 tries to get this photo of her.
As a consultant I happen sometimes to travel on behalf of clients, and this week I have been in Kiev, Ukraine. The country has been very present in the news lately, but I found it to be a very nice city. Always when I am somewhere I bring my camera, but this time I thought I should share some iPhone photos. This blog entry has been written on my iPad, and all these photos have been taken and edited on my iPhone. Enjoy a black and white view of Kiev.
This is “Reinlav” – reindeer lichen
Posted from Oppland, Kingdom of Norway.
Last week I got my new iPhone 6 Plus. A “small” little device with a 5,5” screen. I am guessing a lot of you are wondering – is it worth it? And what about the size? And… a lot of other stuff. I thought I should give you my humble comments on the experiences of owning it for a week. I should mention that I jumped from an iPhone 5 to an iPhone 6 Plus, I have not used an iPhone 5s, so some of my points below could easily have been used for the iPhone 5s.
First of all: It does not bend. Not easily anyway – I admit I have not REALLY tried to break it, but I did test it using reasonable force. Force that I would expect to be OK, and it was.
All my other concerns, both plus and minus relates to iOS 8, and not the hardware by itself, so I guess that should be covered in a separate blog post.
Concluding this small blog post: So far it has been worth it for me, but I might have been satisfied with the normal iPhone 6 too. I do like that I do not run out of battery during the day while still using all the features though.
Enjoy your phones, even though if you should happen to use an Android phone.
For the next few weeks I will show you some macro shots every Monday, Macro Monday. These photos will not necessarily be good photos, but just me playing around and enjoying myself. So welcome to my wold of playful macros.