I have fallen in love with my iPhone! Not Siri, whose moods and remarks are not endearing, but my almost weightless camera that has delightful apps to play with.
This is another today photo shot at my local antique store, one of my favorite hangouts since our flea market morphed into t-shirts and boring junk.The straight photo of the portrait on a leopard print chair worked, but I like these better!
Since I could not decide between them, here are two of the twelve versions I made using Snapseed and Toaster.This is almost worse than eating chocolate chip cookies or ice cream.
For inspiration, be sure to check out http://www.rubicorno.wordpress.com and www.painted by the sun.wordpress.com .
Two great sources of information include The Art of iPhone Photography by Dan Burkholder and articles by Susan Tuttle.
I would love feedback and suggestions as to what works and how to improve what doesn’t.
After drooling over iPhone art by WordPress bloggers Rubicorno.wordpress.com and Painted By The Sun.wordpress.com, I had to try using my phone for more than just impromptu shots. Downloading Snapseed , Toaster, and Blendr has given me a wealth of new toys with which to play. Playing is definitely my favorite sport.
There is a park near our home that has been a labor of love for a couple over the past fifty plus years. In all seasons, something blooms. But more than that , it is their home and their accumulated treasures of local history.Several years ago, I had the opportunity to buy a frame that had hung in their house from her grandmother’s days. Victorian, it is a special reminder of a lovely lady.
In order to try my iPhone camera skills, I wandered the garden. Having taken many photos, nothing really resonated until I paid attention to a flower clinging to an oak leaf hydrangea. Delicate as lace,the shades of color and texture attracted me.
Combining techniques in both Snapseed and Toaster, I have taken my first wobbling steps.
Hopefully I will improve with practice.
Any feedback on tips, tricks or ways to improve would be greatly appreciated.
With a nod to The Little Prince, here are Oakleaf Hydrangea 1 and Oakleaf Hydrangea 2.