Saturday, 6 July 2013

Phone Photography Project

If I'm honest I haven't worked very hard on Rinda's Summer Scavenge Hunt so far. I've just been picking off the easy ones as I go around my normal life. I'm planning to work on it properly through August when I'm on holiday. So I was especially pleased to find something I thought would be difficult as I was doing the weekly shop in Sainsbury's this morning. And I think I might be the first to tick this one off, as well.

20. A dinosaur
A random dinosaur picture, which was not attached to any specific promotion or advert which I could discern. There were also pictures of the Tin Man from the Wizard of Oz and a rocket around the store, but there was no text.

I have been taking part in Big Picture Classes Phone Photography Project since the beginning of July, in the hope that it might help me get more out of my Android phone. I have already joined Instagram and discovered some fun and easy tricks so I will probably try to use my phone for the rest of my submissions for this year's Summer Scavenge Hunt. I need to work out how to Instagram the pictures I've already taken DSLR with my so I have a consistent look.

Here are some of the snaps I took this week for the BPC challenges:  
Summer feet in the paddling pool
Summer harvest
The taste of summer
Playing with the Instagram filters


Fiona@Staring at the Sea said...

Good spot there with the dinosaur. I have seen lots of creative takes on that one. The law is to do with counter terrorism and was only brought in a few years ago. It includes the armed forces. In reality I think it would be difficult to enforce and in most cases if you could show it was not for any sinister purpose I'm sure you'd be fine. I just didn't want to take any chances!
I'm sorry that I don't comment very often. Unfortunately the word verification is often undecipherable.

Maria Ontiveros said...

Such a fun random dinosaur.
I love instagram. You can follow me @rinda1961
Also, there's a hashtag for the scavenger hunt:
You can add it in a comment or when you first post to add these photos to the feed for the hunt. It's fun to see what pops up.
Also, let me know your instagram, and I'll follow you.