– by Anna Auerbach, Business Insider Ask anyone who loves to photograph and has some spare cash, and they’re probably at least a little bit confused.
To be fair though, selfies do have their purposes. It can be an easy way to get someone’s attention when they have to move fast, or maybe you want to capture something like a moment of love, or just a feeling of calm that you’re experiencing yourself in your own way.
But sometimes you just want to capture some beauty without the hassle of snapping away. But before you put that camera away though, it’s important to know exactly what’s being captured and why.
As we can see in the above GIF, you can capture yourself while using a mobile phone with Live Photos — meaning your face is captured but your camera is on.
Live Photos have a much larger file size and can only be used with a phone camera with the same type of device.
Live Photos and phone cameras can’t share the same basic settings from one of them, nor can they share a selfie with the same angle. This means you need to know what type of camera you want to use and the settings for that type of camera before you can decide what to use.
That’s why many people prefer to shoot with a smartphone camera, and there are tons of tutorials to get you started. You can also find great pictures from people using smartphones by searching “smartphone photography”, the main way.
Here’s a list of some of the most popular smartphone cameras, with links to those that can share the same functions:
Praise be to Allaah.
Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):
“O you who believe! Do not take a spouse from the Jews, and do not take a wife from the Christians, for they are impure”
Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyah said:
The one who is married to a Jew has to divorce her from the Jews, and he must follow the rules which Allaah has enjoined upon Muslims.
If a man divorces his Christian wife, then this is a matter that he should follow. And if a man divorces his Jew wife then he should follow what Allaah ordered us with regard to him, and what he should ask.
The Muslim man is not obliged to remarry his Jewish wife, as he cannot divorce her from what Allaah has made lawful.
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