Camera phones divide opinion among photographers, but Keith Wilson argues they are beneficial in many ways, for creating photo stories and capturing images that would otherwise be missed
In January I held a seminar about how to tell stories with your photography. It was the weekend of the Adventure Travel Show in London and the seminar was scheduled for two hours on both days. Now, two hours is a long time to hold the attention of any audience, even with a great selection of images, so I was worried people might switch off, walk off, or even fall asleep. I needn’t have worried – no one yawned, there were plenty of questions and I could see lots of people taking notes. Well, not quite. In fact, some of the note-takers were…
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