Abstract Weekly Photo Challenges are fun and interesting ways to embellish your photos. Central Station...... becomes something like entombed warriors! Something familiar becomes something to ponder about
Macro photos are an insight into another world. The camera allows us to freeze that moment for later inspection. Hidden in the weed known as "pigface" was a small insect that I captured with my old Nexus 4. "A weed is a plant in the wrong place" - Gardener's saying Each week has… Continue reading Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge – Macro
Sally's weekly phoneography challenge is here and I particularly liked her quote to add to my photographic meanderings in November:
Joyously or not the photograph becomes the source of reality, but it can also become a dreamlike force for interpretation. So if photography is memory, then the image is the moment–a moment of sanctuary in a lifetime of them.
The Phone camera is fast replacing hand held digital SLR or auto focus cameras. These were taken with a HTC, a while ago. Wood rotting fungi are a wonderful organism. Paradoxically parasitic, yet self-sustaining! Their end product is a gift to the soil. Edited slightly for minor enhancements. Cropped and Warmed up in Picasa. Which… Continue reading Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge: Nature
Long exposures allow you to blur motion and to collect as much light as possible. They often yield unreal yet beautiful images with vibrant colors and a large depth of field.
Xanthostemon chrysanthus are stunning native Australian flowers in bloom this month.
A Photography challenge by a new name, but the same fantastic photography challenge, nonetheless. At the same time as Sally's new title for her 'phoneography' challenge, is launched, I have a new smartphone, with much improved photo capabilities, yet to be worked out so, the aging Nexus 4 is the tool behind these: and this:… Continue reading Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge: Black and White – Trondheim, florals and the sea
Crazy web taken on an aging Nexus 4 early Autumn morning
In response to The Daily Post's weekly photo challenge: "Forces of Nature."
In Australia, a country aged by the wind, sun and sea, we see many examples of nature's work.
I am drawn to the sea, as most of us who cling to the more hospitable coastal regions of Australia for hearth and home.
Lens and Pens by Sally has a Phoneography Non-SLR Digital Devices Photo Challenge: Nature is the theme this week. Captured (only visually) on the Nexus 4. Slightly adjusted in Picasa. More entries for this challenge here Sally also has a link to tips on low key photography which I tried to integrate on the following… Continue reading Phoneography Challenge – Nature’s Bearded Dragon
Lens and Pens Phoneography inspires me every week to look at a photograph differently and to see more possibilities. Especially when it is Week 5 - Editing and Processing
Camera apps are lots of fun (and a little bit addictive). I enjoy creating some visual art from a humble photograph. Have you tried using camera apps? If so, which are your favourite ones to use?
The Northern Hemisphere is breaking into Spring, or at least they are thinking that the environment should be, so I felt this photo appropriate to the Lens and Pens Phoneography Challenge- Nature this week. I have not noticed any great change, this year, in our weather pattern, but, this far north, that is not surprising.… Continue reading Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Devices Photo Challenge -Nature (Norway)
It is Week 4 so we're invited us to post images from a selection of topics using our mobile phone. In my case, it is the Nexus 4 Lens and Pens is where you can post your own link for this topic This street entertainer claimed he stood like this for up to seven hours.… Continue reading Phoneography Challenge – Challenger’s Choice [Street Photography]