OriginaliPhoneArtsifedYou all know how much I love working with my iPhone and creating Artsy Images. This is an example of why Smartphones, like the iPhone have created a paradigm shift in Personal Photography. You drive by a gloomy willow in a frozen pond, you have your Best Camera with you, snap a few shots. Later when you have some time you edit and play with the image until you get something that is pleasing. This image was developed in Photoforge where I adjusted the levels to create more contrast, added a bit of watercolor and oil filters, then vignette. Sent it next to PS Express for the frame. Whew, what fun! Enjoy, Jeff
Sunday, July 29, 2012
Wednesday, July 25, 2012
Here I focused on the body of this animal.
Notice how a1/1000 sec exposure stops even the flying dirt.
Here I focused on the legs. That is where the action is!
Post race portrait of Ramon Dominguez on Pleasant Prince
See, I don't just use an iPhone! Enjoy, Jeff
Saturday, July 21, 2012
Wednesday, July 18, 2012
Saturday, July 14, 2012
I saw this field this morning. I was reminded of the importance of farming in America. Shot this with my iPhone ( the camera always with me) in Camera+, further edited in Wood camera and Snapseed for filters. The birds were added in Wood camera, one of the coolest filters I have seen.
Before my Smart/camera phone I had to carry a regular cell phone and sometimes when I felt like carrying, a pocket digital camera. In the film days it was a Rollie Prego 35mm ( which is a great pocket camera), Needless to say I often tired of two items on my belt that always were getting knocked off when I sat in an armed chair! When the iPhone came along, I saw the wisdom in getting one and have never looked back.
Not only do you have a phone, but a decent camera now and the ability to edit on the fly, artsify and upload your images to your Blog , Facebook, Twitter, Picassa and other social media, as well as emailing pics to your friends.
It is a great time to be a photographer! Enjoy, Jeff
Monday, July 9, 2012
Capturing the rush in the snow, the urgency to get indoors made a good street shot. I like a more uncluttered street image, emphasizing the main subject. Angling the camera up helps. The image was processed from color in Simply B&W for the final result. Enjoy, Jeff
Sunday, July 8, 2012
Friday, July 6, 2012
Thursday, July 5, 2012
Sent from my iPad