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A month of iPhone photography

I’ve had a phone with a camera for more than 10 years but I have always thought of it as a device for quick family snaps and making records of things I want to remember. The camera on my previous phone (iPhone 5) was OK but I preferred to carry a compact camera (currently a […]

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We are lucky to live close to the Deeside Way, a footpath and cycle track that runs from Aberdeen to Ballater. I walk there every week that I’m at home and I’ve photographed it in all seasons and weathers (there are some examples in my Deeside Way guide). I didn’t really think that anything different […]

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Last October (2015), I wrote about my experience with my new Canon Powershot G7X compact camera, which I bought to replace my broken Sony RX-100. Primarily, this was a camera to take on walks, so I wanted a compromise between quality, durability, weight and size. I was pretty happy with the quality of photos from […]

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After the torpor of Christmas Day, I needed to get out so, on Boxing Day, it was a (reasonably) early start to drive to Bennachie.  Bennachie is a great wee Aberdeenshire hill near Inverurie, which is very popular but I was early enough to be the 3rd car in the car park that morning.  My […]

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