The phoneography challenge is the brainchild of Sally at Lens and Pens and each week has a different theme and tip for improving your phoneography. You can see my second photo is not so good here, as I changed the angle of the light. The angle of the light was better in the first photograph.
Crazy web taken on an aging Nexus 4 early Autumn morning
Doodling with a pencil or paintbrush can assist in tapping into the right side or more artistic side of your brain as the logical left brain gets silenced. I developed a new logo for my artwork a day or so ago, whilst doing just that. As there was blobs of crappy mistakes in the original… Continue reading Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Devices Photo Challenge: Editing and Processing
Lens and Pens Phoneography Challenge for this week comes from the ferry departure for Lysoen, and the home of Ole Bull. Nexus 4 - no filters/enhancements - Just text added I really like how clear the water was here. No heavy industry and hydro power means the area is really clean. Such a refreshing change… Continue reading Phoneography and Non-SLR Photo Challenge: Nature (Lysoen)
As it happens, Sally at Lens and Pens also picked an architectural subject for this week's phoneography Black and White theme. And with a lot of contrast, architecture is often the perfect subject in monochrome. This group of buildings spans three decades, eighties, nineties and noughties with a brighter foreground of more recent years. Modern… Continue reading Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Photo Challenge: Black and White (Architecture)
For this week's Macro challenge - from Lens and Pens 'Hot Chocolate' Even thought I prefer to drink my hot chocolate in a ceramic mug, I liked the effect of the crystallization of the cocoa and sugar on the glass' edge, do you? Join in with the challenge. Each week has a different theme. Taken… Continue reading Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Photo Challenge: Macro (Hot chocolate)
The Water was so clear here, and I like the curve of the walkway contrasting with the lines of the jetty on the horizon. Taken with an aging Nexus 4: no filters See more entries here Something to Ponder About
It's Challenger's Choice, this week, from Sally at Lens and Pens and I chose Street Photography. To keep with Sally's featured topic of architectural lines, I have chosen this photo, taken in Trondheim, Norway with my Nexus 4. I really like the contrast of the new glass roof of this renovated hotel, with the old… Continue reading Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Photo Challenge: Challenger’s choice- Street Photography
Sally from Lens and Pens invites us to Pick one: Abstraction, Animals, Architecture, Food Photography, Night Photography, Objects, Portraiture, Still Life, Street Photography, and Travel
But rebelliously, (is that even a word?), I have chosen two photos this week:
While the northern hemisphere looks to the buds bursting into spring, my nature is sub - tropical, thus we are topsy -turvy with the seasons. Here the summer is just starting to wane, but oh, just so slightly. We have a long way to go before winter arrives in earnest. Which is never really does,… Continue reading Phoneography Challenge, the Phone as Your Lens: Nature
My entry this Monday’s for lensandpensbysally‘s Phoneography Black and White challenge and below the original photo.
I think the black and white makes it look historic, something from a bygone era, but this of course, depends entirely on the subject matter. Don't you think? Something to ponder about.
LensandPensbySally runs a regular phoneography challenge, every Monday, for photos taken with your smart phone, as your lens. Each week there is a different focus:
1st Monday: Nature
2nd Monday: Macro
3rd Monday: Black and White
4th and 5th Mondays: Challenger’s Choice (Pick One: Abstraction, Architecture, Food Photography, Night Photography, Portraiture, Still Life, Street Photography, and Travel).
I like the timeless nature of Black and white photos. Lens and PensbySally has a weekly phoneography challenge, that utlises spontaneous photographs we take on our smart/iphones. I took this one on a black and white effect on the phone to convey the feeling it was an old photograph. I like that we can… Continue reading Phoneography Challenge: Black and White