If you were anything like me, you have tried to take photographs of all amazing places you have visited with any camera you could put your hand on since you were old enough to hold it. I spent years dragging around heavy bags with cameras, lenses and accessories on every trip and I soon realized Photography is a science and art that will take decades to master. When video cameras were in fashion, I used to carry those too and was happy to replace all of this heavy weight with the ever evolving phone cameras, which made it easy to not only take selfies, but also transfer your photos and post them on social media immediately.
Nowadays, I still take my semi-professional Fujifilm camera when visiting unique places and want my pics to look professional. I always take my wide lenses and the macro one, as they allow me to capture beautiful landscapes and zoom on special details on minute objects. Like everyone, I take pics with my i-phone 11 Pro Max, which does an excellent job in taking portraits, slofies and provides me with endless entertainment with its various features and filters.
Check out this Sloafy taken on the Pink Gin Beach in Grenada, Caribbean.
Here is a cool video on Youtube that shows different tricks you can do with your I-phone camera:
More about the cameras I use and photography tips in the below post: