Was away last week and a young IPhone wiz showed me and the other adults a superduperfun IPhone photo trick. This is how my session turned out, a threefie with myself:
Today, what with lovely weather and a car to make the most of (we’re car-sitting), we made a vegan quinoa salad with curry from Veggie Weekend (and it was DELICIOUS!) and packed ourselves and dinner into the car. We ended up at Krankesjön, at the top of the bird tower. And after dinner, I asked if the family wanted to have a bit of fun. Here’s the result, a series of twofies of the Roth family:
Wonder how it’s done? Well, it’s actually really easy. Use Panorama-photo, get the first pose ready, start to panorama (here from right to left, the Panorama can be switched, doesn’t have to be from left to right. Another thing the young wiz taught me!), and once you’ve gotten the first pose, the object runs BEHIND the photographer and gets into a new pose, while the photographer just holds the camera/IPhone still. Once the object is in place again, resume the panoramic movement. At the top, we did three poses (hence a threefie selfie), here, since we only had 4 meters to play with or so, we only did two (a twofie selfie).
I learned something new, and had a blast while doing it. Best kind of learning there is. And if you are anything like me, once you see these shots, you’re eager to try it out yourself. Right?