Flo and Friends by Jenny Campbell for November 13, 2022

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    stairsteppublishing  over 1 year ago

    Phone cameras let you send as many copies of a picture as you want. Gone are the good old days of film and wondering if the picture turned out and having to wait for the negatives to be printed. Then there came Polaroid. Wow. Instant pictures but you had to take several of the same subject for friends. Today my iPhone has a better picture than my moderately expensive camera ever did. I can even edit in the camera. What will they think of next?

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    Lucy Rudy  over 1 year ago

    I take several shots with my phone because when I look later, most have a thumb in them! I’m lucky to get one shot no matter how hard I try.

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    pheets  over 1 year ago

    Not the biggest fan of ALL technology today but I DO appreciate, very much, the instant communication/photo available now. Works REALLY well with my vets when I have an iffy issue. I can send a pic to them and they can decide, who and how quickly and appropriately equipped they need to be for the situation. Eliminates much anxiety, saves a lot of time and promotes better recoveries. As for actual photography, I still prefer my SLRs for my personal pics, and just can’t beat that delete feature :D but the phone cam does a pretty decent job on general use.

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    goboboyd  over 1 year ago

    I’ll pick them up at the drug store when they’re done. In a week.

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    monkeyhead  over 1 year ago

    I’ve stopped saying “smile” the smiles always look forced. “What’s your pets name” “What has (pets name) done lately to make you laugh?” Much more relaxed smile and yes they will answer but the smiles you’ll get

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    cuzinron47  over 1 year ago

    Maybe one of them won’t have a finger over the lens.

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    Sue Ellen  over 1 year ago

    Ruthie needs to be in the photo. Whatever happened to selfie sticks?

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