I'm not very social, but occasionally someone takes a photo of me and it finds its way onto Instagram. For my own reference, here are a few of those from friends and family.
Also, I've contributed my inarticulate opinions to a couple episodes of A Path for Progress. I have a lot to learn about talking politics, but it's good practice for when I start my podcast.
USING THE WIDE ANGLE LENS ON THE S5's REAR-FACING CAMERA:
USING THE MACRO LENS ON THE S5's REAR-FACING CAMERA:
USING THE MACRO LENS ON THE SCHOOL'S iPAD:
USING THE FISHEYE LENS ON THE S5's REAR-FACING CAMERA:
USING THE FISHEYE LENS ON THE S5's FRONT-FACING CAMERA:
Fun, fun times.
After five months, I still miss the physical keyboard. I haven't comfortably transitioned over to the touchscreen.
The S5's camera is much, much better than the Torch's camera. However, there was a certain crispness to outside photos that I miss from the Torch. Here's a side-by side example:
Now I admit that I bought the S5 in the middle of Winter; I simply haven't really had many chances to use its camera in proper sunlight yet. And the S5's camera is most certainly overly superior. But I miss the old Torch camera a little bit and hope I get it together enough to use it now and then in the future.
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