Path for Android jumps on the filter bandwagon
1. denney (Posts: 98; Member since: 20 Oct 2011)
I'm very torn between my hipster-like photography purism, and my hatred for people taking things like photography too seriously. On one hand, I hate filters, they make it too easy for people to pretend the terrible camera on their phone is capable of creating something beautiful, on that note, I also admire when someone can take a photograph with a camera phone, and it accidentally is some sort of gem (refer to PA's "Cool photos taken with your phone" articles)..... MY LIFE IS AN ENDLESS DILEMMA.
2. cepcamba (Posts: 717; Member since: 27 Feb 2012)
Me I hate people pretending to photographers!!! I like some of their pictures but I don't like the people who took 'em! :p
I like people who see photography as an art, not some kind of tool to help them gain popularity from their friends, etc.
I myself am not a good photographer. My pictures are decent at the most. But I don't flood the net with them! :p
Anyway guys that's just me ok? :)
3. MorePhonesThanNeeded (Posts: 616; Member since: 23 Oct 2011)
Non story and people have the nerve to complain about things others do that don't bother your way of life in the slightest. Seriously who cares if people take millions of photos and add filters to them and post them on the net? They paid for their phones data plan and the phone might as well get some sort of use out of it. This is like the complainers corner or something, let each man live his own life why do you have to rail on things because you don't like it?