I liked the color on this, even though it doesn’t come through in the picture as well as it did live.
The title may be a little misleading, but every once in a while I like to complain about a first world inconvenience I run into. Today it’s the iPhone cutting off my music when I open the camera, which is a change from the past. It makes sense for using the video camera, which needs to record sound, but not just for taking a photo. I assume it taking over as soon as the camera is opened is related to live photos, which records video with each photo, but I have that feature turned off. In the past I could run around a city listening to music while taking photos. Now I have to choose between the music and the photo and realize I like the old way better.
Jimmy Nelson presented Gorgeous Portraits of the World’s Vanishing People as a TED Talk.