Post those holiday snaps no one else wants to look at or those amateur photos you're proud of anyway. As long as you took it.
From a 70s abandoned jeep in a ghost town in Nevada.
>mfw none of the photos posted itt will be proper wallpaper size
Do you guys carry around your cameras?
I took this at yellowcards final show in Detroit. I think it looks niceish
i took this photo from my mother's appartement in the south of France
2/2 I'll post more if ya'll want. or higher quality too
there. I can post more tomorrow if you guys want me to but, I'm goin' to bed.
Broke, can't afford an expensive phone or a DSLR
Have shitty phone but still like it
Fresh off my backpacking trip in the Uinta mountains
I found this bucket in the woods by my house.
Hey y'all here's a picture I accidentally took setting my phone down on my bathroom counter. I'm more of an editor than photographer, but I'd really like to get some advice or criticism on the pictures I take. If you're interested in checking out more of my stuff my instagram is peach_belle_photography
N i c e thread. Really liked the vibe here, spiced it up a little bit, hope you don't mind anon!
Not mine, but maybe the person who took it remembers it still (S).
Montreal view from its mountain
Old Sinclair that's been closed for years.
second of two I've taken since coming on here regularly
From me and my brother
phone quality mostly but some are good.
I'm not the photographing type but I took this today. It'd make a nice wallpaper.
Took this during a snowstorm, kind of blurry but always liked how it came out
Sorry I'm amateur af.
Taken at the park next to Gardenhill Elementary in La Mirada, CA.
That's all from me
I was going to say take shit to /p/ but some of these are really good!
yfw figuring out aldi is in the us.
do turkish us citizens prefer shopping there?
Quick tip to some posters here.
Go into your options menu and turn on some screen markers that show your phone alignment.
Just having the camera not be at a weird angle but fully horizontal/vertical/aligned against some detail makes your pictures look that much better.
Other than that, lots of great pictures I saved and fixed up during some free time for my wallpapers. Thanks!
>Using your lens to get glitch wallpapers
This guy got it.
This is probably the only good picture I've managed to take recently
Here's the original without the s̶h̶i̶t̶ split toning.
fresh from today
Pazo de Oca, Galicia, Spain
Hinchinbrook Island, Prince Edward Sound, Alaska
The halibut were enormous.