It is mostly Spanish, a bit of French, and definitely hot and tropical. My winter escape to the Dominican Republic proved to be just about everything this cold Canadian gal could ask for, and much, much more!
With three cameras in hand (my iPhone 6 , Sony a5000, and GoPro Hero4 Black ), I hit the streets of several cities on the east coast of the island, in the Altagracia province. Altagracia is known for its famous beaches, and has several major tourist cities, such as La Romana and Punta Cana . Both of which I was lucky enough to see.
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There is a quiet war on the streets about what kind of camera you are using to capture your photos. For some photographers, it is a fancy DSLR camera, complete with a variety of lens and a snazzy camera bag. For others, it is the ubiquitous iPhone, or some other device that slides in and out of your pocket.
Who wins? I know in my previous article, 7 Reasons Why the iPhone 6 is My Camera of Choice, I was very clear on my preference of cameras. But, I thought of putting personal bias aside and discovering if there is more to this DSLR and smartphone issue than meets the eye? As a street photographer, I am always trying to improve my craft. I feel it is time for me to take a look at this camera war a bit more seriously and weigh out the pros and cons of each camera type.
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A funny thing, isn’t? Do you find it hard admitting that you, as a photographer, are just in love with taking pictures with your camera phone? I think the term is, iPhoneographer, at least for those of us who are iPhone users. Much to the dismay of regular photographers, we do have a name.
I just love my iPhone! I am not promoting Apple products, nor am I on their pay roster (but maybe I should be), I simply just love my iPhone.
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