Spring is one season that I am really fond of. Not only the weather is best in Delhi during this time but it also reminds me of some of my really cherished childhood memories.
The view of myriad beautiful flowers in many different hues and colors, swarming the landscape of Delhi is just like an eye tonic for eyes.. The more you get it, the more better you feel...!! You can see these beautiful flowers all along the roads, outside the houses and in various lawns and parks. And seeing them bloom definitely uplifts your mood and rejuvenates your soul... I am myself too fond of flowers and love photographing them every spring season. However this Spring season there was something different because this time I thought of clicking them with my new iPhone 7 plus. All these pictures have been clicked with the portrait mode of this phone and I must say pictures were really incredible..I think this is the best iPhone till date for photography purpose. This phone has a dual 12 MP primary camera and a 7MP secondary front camera. Now whats unique is its dual camera that lets you take photo in potrait mode giving you a DSLR like depth effect which blurs the background while focusing on the main object that is being shot....I am certainly head over heels in love with this new feature of potrait mode which is only available in iPhone 7 plus.... And I just cant stop taking pictures in this mode... And the pictures you get are just too fabulous , perfect for blogging because I don't have to always carry my DSLR camera everywhere with me for clicking pics.
Don't believe me, then you certainly need to check this post and have a look at few of these photos of flowers that I have clicked in potrait mode of my new gadget .
Hope you liked the pics....And don't forget to let me know what you think about them.
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