If you want pictures of yourself and relatives, take your own camera.
So people need to buy a whole separate camera if they've been only using their phone for this purpose for years?
Seriously! I haven't had a camera in 10 years, what a wonderful thing it was to finally graduate from disposables to a cell phone!
Next you're going to say I should also buy a watch, and an address book and pen, and small light for my keychain, and a GPS unit. And I suppose I'll need new cocktail purse to fit all this gear into...
Am I the only person who has gone to events and not seen people hunched over their phones? I went to a wedding last month and I don't remember anyone using their phones at all.
Nope, me too. I mean I have seen plenty of photos taken on cells. And I'm sure at some point someone discreetly sent to received a text or stepped out to take a call, but I've certainly never noticed it as its in no way a widespread issue.
I have over 1,400 photos from my 2012 wedding. Only 600 are from my hired photographers, the rest are from guests who took them and uploaded or otherwise digitally sent them to me. And I have looked at every single one and not one
has anyone using a phone as anything other then a camera in them; not one
"hunched head" in 160+ guests over the course of 5 hours, where I would estimate every guest owned a cell and 80% or more owned smart phones.