A Photo a Week Challenge: Unedited


View from motel in Torrey, Utah

I often take photos on my phone just for the ease of sharing, so I don’t have to lug my laptop on every trip, look for a power outlet, shove the SD card into its slot, and wait for it to load every RAW file I took that day. Editing will always be needed for RAW files because, well, they are RAW. The colors are dull and the picture is lacking in so many aspects.

Larb Hollow Overlook

I can use some editing on this picture. It feels a little too underexposed but still, I like it. I like these wide angle shots my phone is able to capture. It’s definitely one of the perks of taking pictures with my phone. It has a wider lens than the camera.

Near Hells Backbone on Highway 12, Utah

Just like the first photo, I don’t think this one needs any editing and it’s definitely another perk of phone photography. My car was parked on the other side of the road at the time and I was about to cross the road when these guys wheezed by. With my camera, I would’ve had to take the lens-cap off, focus the lens, and shoot but with my phone, all I needed was press a button.

A Photo a Week Challenge

3 thoughts on “A Photo a Week Challenge: Unedited

  1. With enhancements in smartphone cameras in the newer models, they are gaining fast over the DSLR cameras. I also have a smartphone and I use it for photography the whole time. Editing captures is also easy on them, though it is of very basic level.
    Lovely captures you have shared 🙂

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