Many of us now have phones that are a lot more than just phones — we’re walking around with some pretty powerful cameras in our pockets at all times, poised to freeze moments both sublime and mundane. This month, The Daily Post celebrates the art of phoneography and the cameraphone’s ability to go where DSLRs fear to tread.
To help you make the most of your cameraphone, we’ll look at everything from how to post photos to WordPress.com on the go, to how to find one-of-a-kind shots, to our favorite apps for taking and tweaking photos. There’ll be challenges, both writing and photo, to encourage you to get out and shoot, and Community Pools for feedback from your fellow Annie Leibovitz wannabes.
If you don’t have a cameraphone or just don’t fancy yourself a photographer, no worries — the challenges will be accessible for you as well, and we’ll have plenty of non-photo-centric content to keep your blogs humming along. If you and your Canon 5D Mark III are joined at the hip, you can play along too.
Cameraphones can be wonderful tools for capturing so much more than photos of your lunch (although we’ll be celebrating that as well), and there are more photo-worthy shots around you than you might think. So make sure your phone is charged, and get ready to shoot!