Which is your best camera?
The camera that you have on you. I’m grateful that I had my phone with me today. While driving around the Concord area (just outside of Knoxville and Farragut), I came across this tree. The problem is that I had brought my Nikon, but as I was composing the shot I noticed that I didn’t have any of the on screen cues to indicate that the camera was on. So, I turned it on, and nothing changed. It was then that I realized that I had left my camera battery sitting on my bookshelf at home.
The difficult thing with composing this image was that there was a really bad glare on my iPhone that prohibited me to really get an idea of what this image was going to look like. I think overall, in a pinch, my phone did a great job.
I plan on going back to this spot soon, this time with my other camera and also at a different time. This shot was taken at one of the worst times during the day. The shadows on from the signs are very sharp, and can make for a rough image. I will get this shot again, during the golden hours and reduce the sharp shadows.