The other day, when I was sorting out a drawer full of photographs, I came across some pictures of our first Labrador, dear old Goldie. There were a few pics that had escaped being included in my computer's photograph file when a new laptop refused to recognise the scanner. To overcome the problem I photographed the photographs just to see how they would turn out. I had to angle the camera (iPhone) so that the picture was at the top of the screen and any flashes only showed up at the bottom of the end result. When that was done I emailed the pictures to myself and then proceeded to crop them, thereby cropping out the flash light. I ended up with smaller but still good photographs for my file. Earlier I had tried the same thing using the Nikon camera but wasn't able to be as selective with the shots. iPhones certainly excel in some situations. Here are the results of the exercise.
This is Goldie and Blaze with my son's Staffordshire Bull Terrier. I'm not sure who won!
Goldie and hubs on a beach somewhere
Me (honest) telling Goldie he was going on the train, and him saying 'That's what you think!'
Goldie and his play ring. We kept throwing it into the sea so he would go in to fetch it back
Tired out but still handsome ... this is one of my favourite pics of him
Goodness only knows what was going on here ... Blaze seems more interested in what was on television!