One of my favourite photos from a recent whirlwind week exploring New Zealand’s lower South Island was the very 1st photo I took with a Nokia 6710s Navigator cameraphone on impulse while sitting in the passenger seat of a car.
I had the phone in my pocket so I was able to frame and take the photo within a second of noticing how the unusual electric blue lighting in the clouds worked well with the dark curving landscape ahead.
If you look carefully at the original large version of the photo you’ll notice 2 cyclists riding on the road about to go around the corner.
You can read more about the creative photo possibilities provided by camera phones at: Camera Phones Can Take Great Photos Because They’re Always With You
Chase Jarvis, professional photographer & author of “The Best Camera” book
DISCLAIMER: All expenses for my NZ trip were covered by Tourism New Zealand and regional subsidiaries. I was not paid for the trip and have sole control over what I write and say about it. The Nokia 6710s was in my pocket by coincidence on media loan from Nokia Australia because I often review smartphones/cameraphones.