Monday, December 08, 2014

The Click Threshold And Sliced Salami


My phone seems to have got clogged up with stuff and I have been trying to unclog it by transferring and/or deleting photographs from its memory. Smart phones do seem to "capture the moment" far better than a bag-full of smart cameras - the "click threshold" is that little bit higher. The photo dates back to our trip to Valencia earlier this year. We were on a walk to find a bar and I didn't have the bag-full of smart cameras with me, so out came the phone. Easy: as easy as slicing salami.

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    1. Never tasted that one - is it nice?

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    2. It's all right but s little rich for my taste. When I say rich , what I mean is .... Ah never mind

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    3. Could you be a bit more illuminating when you say 'taste'?

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  2. A fun shot. There is a saying, "the best camera is the one you have with you."

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  3. Yes, smart phones are great for capturing those embarrassing little moments. Pity they're such useless telephones.

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  4. I would have whipped out my phone, too.

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  5. I still have a stupid phone.

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  6. There was a guy here in Iowa that took a photo of an old tree out in the natural area. He used the smart phone and took 365 photos which all ended up in a great book. Its quality of shots were very good.

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