iPad for Photos
I remember when I was in this spot, I saw two different people using their iPads to take photos. They were not Americans — they were Chinese people. And then, after that, I started noticing this more and more. I think Americans are more “embarrassed” (for lack of a better word) to use their iPads for photography, but this is just anecdotal… I’ll have to look around more to see if this trend is consistant across cultures!
Daily Photo – Along the River in Lijiang
While I walked along one of the many little streams that flowed through the village, restaurants, cafes, shops, and homes lined the sides. Each one was decorated a little bit differently with unique lanterns, fauna, decor, windows, furniture, and flowers. You could stop almost anywhere to take a photo! So, well, I did.
Switching lenses is still a bit of a pain. The two lenses I used the most there were the 14-24 and the 28-300. But many shots were kind of right around that 20-35mm zone, which menat I was never really sure of which lens to use… so I would end up swapping back and forth a lot until it felt right!