The inspiration for this article came from a week away in Portugal. Until I studied some street shots closely, I discarded them as a waste of a tap. When I did get chance to look at them through fresh eyes though, I saw a few things that I liked. Specifically regarding this image, I used two captures as raw material for a single atmospheric composition.
iPhone photography tutorial correcting a less than perfect street image. Involves some powerful automated perspective correction and manual cloning apps.
Tutorial looking at the shift aspect of tilt-shift iPhone photography together with a style of photography dubbed ministract (part minimal and part abstract).
My go to iPhoneography apps. I tend to share my more complex iPhone photography. Perhaps the iPhone apps that I use day to day get ignored. Here they are.
For me, this iPhoneography at the foot of the 199 steps in Whitby is enhanced by processing to simulate a painting rather than retaining the low edit photographic look.
An inner-city landscape iPhoneography image processed in a vintage style. The Brayford Pool in Lincoln a great place for a bit of iPhoneography…