I got my first cell phone at age 10 back in 2000, ever since I've been engulfed in the fast paced technological revolution like the rest of you. Nowadays, what we call cell phones can do just about anything. To give you an idea, back in 1985 the iPad 2 would've matched the most powerful supercomputer available. With that computer power, comes a lot of things but one of which is of particular interest to me is picture taking, an art that I've grown to appreciate over the past decade.
My grandfather was a photographer, not a fancy photographer but one that went around rural Portugal in 40's and 50's taking pictures of families and friends at religion-driven community fairs. Occasions like these gave people an excuse to dress up and take one picture that would allow future generations to see what their ancestors looked like. I am by no means saying I am inspired by my late grandfather, but some might say it runs in the family.
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