Sunday, December 4, 2016

South Paw

Taken with an iPhone on the move - not so sharp.

After being forced to retire my Blackberry cell phone I am getting familiar with an iPhone. So far a love/hate relationship.

One major thing I've learned, which is not the phone's fault, is that left-handed people (South Paws) can't click with the left thumb on landscape. All photos will download upside down. sigh.


12 comments:

  1. First off, I have a dumb phone and several cameras, works for me. If your downloads are upside down, you should be able to rotate the image. When in doubt, call a 12 year old for help, That's what I do! Thanks Gayle for stopping by, I hope to see you again.

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    1. Rotating a photo is the least of my challenges--haha. The post was, in part, an editorial on being left-handed. South Paws are noted as being one of the most discriminated minorities.

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  2. It still turned out great! I like the vibrant, red color!

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  3. I cannot tell you did it wrong. Do not have those fancy phones, so means nothing to me. I loved the barn. Lived on a farm most of my life.

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  4. still beautiful. my phone is not I but is a smartphone and it has the ability to rotate the photo.. I have no idea where it is on the phone but when I have a question about my phone I do google search and ask my question and always find someone who knows the answer

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  5. Everything is made for right-handed people it seems. Not always easy to make the transition. How about using scissors---LOL
    Nice barn I like the star on it too.
    MB

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  6. Red barn with a star - I love it!

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  7. You're doing better than me with your new phone. When I do remember that my phone takes photos, by the time I remember what to do, it's too late. I like your pretty red barn with the pretty star!

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  8. You made a good grab shot for being on the move. pretty barn.

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  9. I'm very impressed. I cannot take a decent picture with my phone even when I'm standing still.

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  10. Nice shot with the star on the barn.

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