I'm always reticent about new technology, but my new phone has a camera on it that is really amazing. I've been taking better pictures of my work and trying to replace old photos on my website of work that I still have access to. The trouble is that I don't own most of the paintings that I've done.
Of course, the best thing is to always view fine art in person, which is why I'm constantly frustrated with the inundation of photos in our modern world. My website is a documentation of my own work and not designed to be a replacement for seeing my work in person. But I'm also not going to bury my head in the sand and pretend that websites, cameras and technology doesn't exist.
I felt like doing a portrait tonight and I was limited on materials. I made a little portrait of my girlfriend's younger brother with a mechanical pencil and some white out on the back of a binder.
Limiting resources and materials really provides a beautiful expression of creativity. It's just like how a limited palette will often produce a more creative painting!