I was always tempted by the megapixels, super-duper sensor, and not to mention the glorious giant LCD screen with the newer models, but as age progresses, so does the financial responsibilities... thus this remains a 'plan', and it will probably stay at this status for a little while ;)
Lakeside, a photo by horsoon on Flickr.
I can't say I'm complaining because I'm actually quite happy to find an alternative with my iPhone! Check out all these pictures in this post which were all shot with an iPhone 4.
Explorion, a photo by horsoon on Flickr.
There's even a new term coined for it: iPhoneography. With the numerous powerful (and relatively cheap) editing apps available, these photos were edited on-the-fly either on the iPhone or iPad.
Solitaire, a photo by horsoon on Flickr.
I have a blogger friend, YTSL, who is an avid trekker based in Hong Kong. She has been a regular trekker to almost every 'trekkable' trails in HK, and that made me decided to try out a trekking trail to a reservoir not too far from my home recently. I brought only the iPhone and it did not disappoint me at all :)
Woke up to a good morning, a photo by horsoon on Flickr.
No regret waking up early on a weekend and taking the iPhone along!
Trekking trail, a photo by horsoon on Flickr.
Of cause there are stuff the iPhone cannot do as good as the D100, but with the light weight, convenience, powerful editing apps, and fairly good picture quality (and BIG screen!), I'm into iPhoneography ;)