Mobile Blogging: Photoblogging on the Go

With the ever trending social medias and ever evolving mobile technologies nowaday, taking pictures and posting it back online to your favorite social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram is just at the tip of your finger. The development and constant updates from mobile platforms such as Google’s Android, Apple’s IOS and Windows mobile provide a very good stepping stone to a more spacious room for borderless virtual world with great expectation.

Furthermore, with the launch of gadgets like the Samsung Galaxy Camera and the Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom, capturing moments and have it shared to the world around you is just a matter of thoughts. Talking about “fresh memories” eh?

Samsung Galaxy Camera. Connecting your gallery to the world.

Samsung Galaxy Camera. Connecting your gallery to the world.

Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom. Photography is now communicating.

Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom. Photography is now communicating.

Not only just the Samsung mobile gadgets, other developers and manufacturers like the Sony, Nokia and HTC are on a race to come out with which mobile device can provide a good quality photo for the generation on the go. Nokia mobile nowadays even comes with a bigger camera sensor on a mobile device (almost the same size of an APS-C sensor) and with better Image Stabilization (IS) exceeding what Sony used to offer.

Image sensor comparison on mobile devices. The bigger the better.

Image sensor comparison on mobile devices. The bigger the better.

Just look at the chart. The top three mobile phones with greater image sensor and pixels per inch are Nokias with its 808 model takes the podium with a ridiculously massive 41Mp image size and a Carl Zeiss optics. A mad combination of photography and mobile gadget. It has more pixel counts then my Canon EOS 60D DSLR.

Nokia 808. 41Mp camera with Carl Zeiss optics

Nokia 808. 41Mp rear camera with Carl Zeiss optics

With developments of more and more photography applications on mobile platforms nowadays, the demand and preferences of the people towards mobile photography is even higher. Applications like Instagram and its related apps such as Instaplace Pro and InstaWeather making photography is as easy as breathing air with its various modes of shooting and editing. On the same time you can share it on the go to social medias of your choice.

I too have my fair share of using mobile phones as medium for my everyday photography. Shooting and sharing leisure photos of the people around me. Bringing my DSLR might not be that convenient when hanging out with friends just at a common coffee shop or going for a movie.

So, what do most people shoot with that precious and mad hybrid mobile photography thingy? Well, for me are foods, pets and casual occasions and moments with friends and family.

Exotic food. Frog soup

Exotic food. Frog soup

Common foods. Maki rolls and some dumplings.

Common foods. Maki rolls and some dumplings.

Special occasion. Mid Summer festival in Kuching.

Special occasion. Mid Summer festival in Kuching.

Pet photo. Running away from the rain.

Pet photo. Running away from the rain.

Pet photo. Weather is good, no picture please!

Pet photo. Weather is good, no picture please!

Moments with friends & family. Meja Bulat Special Squad.

Moments with friends & family. Meja Bulat Special Squad.

Well, that’s how I basically roll with my mobile phone. All photos above are taken using my humble Samsung Galaxy phone. I used to remember photography was a very exclusive and expensive hobby during those days where every shot counts and every fresh films are a roll of precious memories even though the exposure sometime is off. When every single photos were printed out and showcased in an album and sometimes given as gift and safe keeping.

Now you tell me what do you do with your mobile phone camera.

Cheers.

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