I have many photos of dogs, especially those owned by my daughter. Often you can't take 'posed' photos of dogs with a digital camera and I can see that impromptu shots can be snatched easier with a camera phone.
|Lily and Scout (Iphone 3G)|
This photo was set up. I was stroking Scout just after he had been clipped; Lily as usual wanted to be petted too not knowing that it was her turn next.
The next shot is one of Lily in disgrace caught on the IPhone just after she had been scolded.
|A muddy Lily (IPhone 3G)|
Here is Cody in an Elizabethan collar; I'm not sure whether he's asleep or whether he has is just fed up. He is easier to photograph as he will stay still when told - he's 14 now.
|Cody's collar (IPhone 3G)|
The next two shots are with an IPhone 4S; you would be very lucky to get the shot of the two dogs with anything other than a camera phone. The 4S phone gives exposure times for the photos where the 3G photo data only records the aperture as f/2.8
|Gem and Scout (IPhone 4S f/2.4, exposure 0.67sec)|
For comparison here's an outdoor shot with the same IPhone where you could take your time before taking it as the subject will not move.
|Hanging basket (IPhone 4S; f/2.4, exposure 0.005sec)|
Thanks to my daughter for sending me these shots.
Now I'll let you be the judge of the results. I confess that with my digital camera it's just a question of point and shoot and that I have no experience with IPhone photography.
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