I might not be a master at capturing a priceless moment with brushes or paints or pencils or charcoal or pastels, but my eye has found its tool -- the camera.
Or in this case, my Galaxy S5. It might not be a Canon or Nikon that do the job a hundred times better, but it's a good place to start as any. The Galaxy S5 has already astounded me with its high-end quality, but I know it doesn't stand close to its masters, which I will not invest in yet. I have already put its limited photoshop abilities to good use, adding a little contrast here and there and sometimes sharpening the images. Other times, the photographs are untouched.
I got my "camera" several months ago and already have several hundred captured images. So let's take a step back in time, and I'll show you one of my first photographs with the Galaxy S5.
This is was taken while in line for Indiana Jones and The Temple for the Forbidden Eye. One of the many things I love about Disneyland Resort in California is its exquisite masterful artwork in capturing its audience, sending them away to this incredible place, a tomb only partially excavated. The lighting and moods are so perfect.
And here's one of my latest ones, taken at The Tournament of the Phoenix in Poway, which took place last week.
Here's a link to my album. I'll be updating this weekly.