With a Smartphone, you are shooting different Pictures than with a big Camera. Have you noticed this already as well? You are more spontaneous, you can’t zoom it (well, you shouldn’t), you can tap to focus and with a big screen, you can check better what will be visible in the shot in the end. After arriving in Napoli or Naples in Italy, I took this as a chance and just strolled around Town, with my Samsung Galaxy S7 Smartphone and a battery pack to eventually recharge. No big Camera, no second lens, just a Smartphone Photo Walk, or Insta Walk in Naples with a Samsung Galaxy S7. February in Naples in Italy is off-season, therefore there aren’t many other Tourists around.
I started at Napoli Centrale Train Station/Napoli Garibaldi, walked towards the water, grabbed a Fried Pizza on the way, back into the City and later back to the Station. At the very End, you find a Google Map with my walking Route for Napoli and under some Picture a short description. I hope you enjoy this new kind of series here on JoyDellaVita to display what I see during my Travels in a somehow easier way.
As a note, I did not edit the Photos on Instagram (only the ones I actually posted there), I edit all my Blog Pictures on Adobe Lightroom CC.
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