(Let’s pretend it is still December 2 and my French doesn’t suck. 😅😅)
Aujourd’hui je suis allé a le 25e salon du livre de Toronto. C’est arrivé dans la bibliothèque de référence. Je étudie françaises c’est pourquoi notre professor a invitée nous là-bas. Nous avons regarde une présentation du livres pour enfants. Quelques livres est sur la famille et enfants. Quelques livres est sur adventure et science-fiction pour adolescents.
I was so close, but Anya won fair and square as I missed the last day challenge. As a matter of fact, I only took pictures for the last challenge today. Eep. 😅
I happened to purchase a new phone mid-challenge, so half of those pictures are taken by two different iPhones.
Today my friend Anya and I went to one of Apple’s Photo Walks. It is an hour and a half free session of walking around the neighbourhood (in our case – Old and New City Halls) with an Apple rep, talking about basic iPhone camera features, exposure, light, contrast, etc. It is great for newbies and those who don’t use their iPhone’s camera much but want to learn.
I can’t say that I personally learned something new from it, but I loved walking around with a group of people and intentionally trying to be creative and look at ordinary things at different angles. It would have been even better if it weren’t so blazingly hot!
Here are some of the photos from that walk. All taken by iPhone 6S, standard Camera app, no editing apps.