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How My iPhone Saved My Chicago Trip
Posted By Clarissa C On August 6, 2011 @ 7:00 am In Photo Tips,Travel | 6 Comments
It was the first time I felt completely helpless and under-prepared while on vacation. My friends and I spent the first half of our day sightseeing and shopping, and like many tourists, we were taking pictures of everything we saw. Little did I know that clicking my camera’s shutter way too many times almost prevented me from completing my Chicago photo book .
My friend Pat and I were the only two out of the group that wanted to check out the architectural tour. It was absolutely beautiful! I loved learning about Chicago’s history, each building’s story and cruising down the river on a warm, perfect day. However, I quickly discovered that my camera’s battery was getting very low halfway through the tour. After a few more shots, my camera completely died. I started to panic…what was I to do? Luckily, I heard my iPhone! One of my other friends sent me a text message to let Pat and I know where to meet up after the tour was over. Because I was so accustomed to using my camera for all my vacation pictures, I didn’t even think about using my iPhone as a backup.
I started to click away! Many of the pictures I took with my iPhone turned out great. When I was done, I just used my Shutterfly iPhone app  and uploaded the photos into my Shutterfly account. After a little editing in Photoshop, the pictures I took with my iPhone made some great detail shots for my photo book . And that’s how my iPhone saved my Chicago trip…and photo book!
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 photo book: http://www.shutterfly.com/photo-books/simple-path
 Shutterfly iPhone app: http://itunes.apple.com/app/shutterfly-for-iphone/id309465525?mt=8
 photo book: http://www.shutterfly.com/create-facebook-photobook/
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