Oct 30, 2012

Panoroma with iPhone 4s and Nikon setup yesterday

Kettle Valley looking South with Granby River taken with iPhone 4s
I hiked up the Granite Bluffs yesterday to see the Autumn view. The larches are golden and I believe their needles will hang on until the next cold snap. It was windy on the cliffs and fog was quickly moving through the valley. Intermittent rain meant I had to be patient before removing the sophisticated garbage bag that protected my big Nikon. Recently, I narrowly escaped a liquid spill near my laptop so I invested in a super suit for my iPhone 4s that protects it against dust, rain, and anything else that Mother Nature could test it with. The updated operating system for the iPhone come with a pano setting for the 8mp camera. I really enjoy this feature and is definitely worth the update.

Waiting for the rain to stop. Garbage bag over camera on tripod
The ravens were entertaining and the solitude was relaxing. My gear survived another Canadian 'wet'coast adventure!


Granby River, North Fork Road, image reflects four shots made on the Bluffs in that particular location.

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