Mobile photography has really taken off into the stratosphere. Amateur photographers now rely on the phone camera to take all their photos, and "fix" the more obvious photographic mistakes, making a more professional -looking end product. The phone is portable and lightweight and always readily accessible. Sadly, my DSLR sits forlorn on the shelves - a victim of lack of portability and versatility, relegated such as it is, to occasional outings to scenic destinations. A bit like an old relative one visits every few months, more out of duty than desire. I do wonder where/how this will evolve in a decade or so.
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Phoneography Challenge – Editing and Processing
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?
Phoneography Challenge – Challenger’s Choice (Abstraction – Poinciana)
Challengers Choice - Lens and Pens Phoneography Challenge - check out more here The pastels I used in this effect, deliberately distracted me from the familiar, bright orange of the Poinciana in full bloom.Rather my head was filled with other associations when viewing this photograph. The delicate blue made me visualise a mirrors with heavy scalloped edging reminescent of 1940/50's decor! How about you? I would be interested in hearing if the image prompted different feelings for you?
Phoneography Challenge – Challenger’s Choice [Street Photography]
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]
Shadow Shot Sunday 2 – Brighton Estuary
A small recreational area next to an estuary that looks more like Lord of the Rings than something in the littoral zone of south-east Queensland! I might just see Gollom somewhere nearby...
Weekly Photo Challenge – Rule of Thirds
I try to keep in mind the Rule of thirds when taking photographs, but it doesn't always work. My old point and shoot Cannon used to have a grid overlay that I could see in the display, assisting me to frame and compose photographs. The weekly photo challenge asks us to use a SLR or smartphone to produce a Bokeh effect, which is my assignment this week. This is what I have so far, and I'll hopefully add one or two more in coming days.....