Hello Everyone! Lisa here!
I just returned from the most glorious trip ever. Yep, Alaska has been on my bucket list for a very long time and my sweet mom arranged a cruise for my sisters and their hubbies and luckily she came along too! Now one thing I’ve gotta note–my mom is almost 87 but she acts like she’s 20 years younger. So, she did a great job keeping up with the group! In fact, I think she’s the biggest late-night partier of us all. She could have played games all night!
So, this post isn’t really about my cruise and the places we visited, although I’ll definitely mention a bit about those two things. This post is about which camera is right for you, especially on a trip.
I am an iPhone lover but have to admit, my friends with Androids often get even better shots than I get. But for the sake of this article and because this is the type of phone I use, I’ll show you a few iPhone shots. I love the convenience of having a great camera with me at all times.
And I’ll show you pics that I took with my new FujiFilm X-T10:
Now I just got this camera before I went, so ALL the photos were taken on automatic and NONE of the photos have been edited. I love this camera and wanted to show you what it can do without changing the lighting or colors in the photos.
I think both cameras have their advantages. You can decide on the quality for yourself by these photos.
There were so many more photos I wanted to show but here is a bit of a sampling. I’ll probably go in and edit some a bit but just wanted to show you what you can do in the raw.