Then again, we could be looking at Live Photos all wrong. A year from now, who knows, perhaps we'll be taking selfies while riding a roller coaster and screaming our heads off. Actually, now that I think about it, maybe that's exactly what Live Photos are meant to capture. The point is, there's no single best use case for Live Photos. Experiment and have some fun with them. Taking a stunning Live Photo can be tricky. The camera app on Apple's new iPhone 6S and 6S Plus has a new shooting mode called Live Photos. At its core a live photo is a regular photo, only Apple tacks on a few seconds of video -- before and after you press the shutter button -- to bring it to life.
That last option was available to Teressa Cee, a dancer for the Miami Heat professional basketball team, during a recent visit to the Bahamas, Cee posted a video on Facebook late last month taken at Blue Lagoon Island, a place that lets people hang out with dolphins and olixar iphone 8 / 7 fidget spinner pattern case - red / blue sea lions, Cee sets the scene: "We were filming on this floating platform in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, So, against my better judgment I asked someone to hold my phone for me and he accidentally dropped my phone into the water and it sank to the bottom."A dolphin named Cacique saw the phone fall and politely went down to fetch it and bring it back, adding a high-pitched squeak on delivery, Cee's video shows the good-Samaritan dolphin in action..
It's fortunate for Cee that the dolphins haven't left for their home planet yet. (So long, and thanks for all the fish!). This isn't the first time marine-related life has tangled with technology. Back in 2012, a greedy seagull appeared to abscond with a GoPro. A penguin-egg-eating Striated Caracara bird took off with a disguised camera owned by some BBC documentarians and unwittingly became an aerial photographer in the process. At least Cacique the dolphin had the kindness to give the gadget back.
(Via Tastefully Offensive), A cell phone dropped into the Atlantic Ocean is returned to its owner by a helpful dolphin, If you drop your cell phone into a large body of water, you don't have a lot of options, You can wave goodbye and look forward to a olixar iphone 8 / 7 fidget spinner pattern case - red / blue new phone, You can go after it, getting soaked in the process, Or you can have a smart dolphin go pick it up for you, Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic, We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read, Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion..
Now we have cameras. I am grateful, therefore, that TV cameras happened to catch a moment at Wednesday night's meaningless MLB game between the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Colorado Rockies. As the game was the in fourth inning, the cameras captured a group of young women clearly enjoying the game but enjoying their cell phones more. As the action unfolds, please observe how all these young women try to ensure that only their best sides are emerging. No, not in terms of behavior. In terms of selfies.