Take Your iNaturalist Photos to the Next Level

With the advances in smartphone cameras, nearly everyone has a reasonable-quality camera on them at all times. Photos are a critical citizen science tool for documenting phenology and species presence, and the primary multimedia format submitted to iNaturalist Vermont, a project of the Vermont Atlas of Life. However, smartphone cameras are notoriously poor at taking close up photos, and most of us don’t walk around with a digital SLR camera complete with a macro lens. What’s an iNaturalist to do when she wants to photograph small flower parts, fern sori, or tiny insects? Read on and post your experiences to help others too on the VCE Blog - https://vtecostudies.org/blog/take-your-inaturalist-photos-to-the-next-level

Posted on 10 August, 2017 19:03 by kpmcfarland kpmcfarland


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