Wow, thats so beautiful. What route did you take
I mostly migrated to Instagram long time ago. It does not show EXIF, there are no groups per se and the community is not that helpful, but its just so easy and fun to use.What are you guys doing for Flickr 1000 photo limit now?
I did, will post photos here. My insta is a litte more updated as i was posting during the trip itself. https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&sou...gwAHoECAYQAQ&usg=AOvVaw0IComFn3PvaNLJTYcTTSUKI have reached 886 pics..i will delete some old not so good ones .
U didnt go to diu beach? Its beautiful.
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Instagram is social platform..even i share at insta+fb ..but its not my photoalbum..its more of a sharing...I mostly migrated to Instagram long time ago. It does not show EXIF, there are no groups per se and the community is not that helpful, but its just so easy and fun to use.
I think flickr should have put more effort into making itself more relevant before it went about limiting and charging
Seems with rise of mobile photography even photography as a hobbie is going down..mobile is really evilNot all that amazing, it used to be fun with lots of feedback, but its mostly just about giving each other hearts now and getting them into popular tags. They had communities, didn't find too many active ones
Yaah some features are soo easy now..my mobile can shoot better pics then even canon s90...and has a wide angle lens which makes wide angle lens redundent with me.I doubt it, its just that with newer mobiles the need to have a camera to do photography has died down, so people go to sites that are easiest to upload to, like Instagram. Everything, shooting, editing, sharing, feedback happens on the phone. Hence a place like flickr where people would discuss EXIF, RAW processing is more silent.
Even all of us, we did so much raw editing to make HDRs etc, now my phone can do that just by changing the mode
Actually my go to lens is 35mm and other options are 17-50 or my s90 or we have lg g6 ultra wideangle or one plus 6Pack a wide angle for all the perspective trick shots and a zoom to capture all the camels and people without disturbing them. Prime 50mm jf you want low light shots, place does not have a lot of artificial lights.
Try galaxy shot if you are staying the night