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.
Honoured that my iPhoneography image ‘Dancing on Lincoln High Street’ was featured by mobiography.net in their August edition of ‘Capturing the Moment.’
Street iPhoneography is my favourite genre but it rarely gives me the opportunity to process in my preferred painterly / texture blended style. ‘Mrs Whistler?’ gave me an opportunity to combine both genres in a single image.
I was honoured that my iPhoneography image ‘Sketchy Weather’ was selected to be featured by The App Whisperer in their weekly Flickr Group showcase.
I was honoured to see ‘horse and handler’ featured amongst the selection of 12 images of the week for 22nd March 2013 by iPhoneography Central. Thank you.
I was honoured that my iPhoneography image ‘Singing in the Rain’ was selected to be featured by The App Whisperer in their weekly Flickr Group showcase.
Don’t you just love iPhoneography and mobile photography in general? I found this quite a moving subject but without my iPhone the whole encounter wouldn’t have happened.
One of the challenges with iPhoneography is that unless your subject is really close it is quite difficult to mimic depth of field (or depth of focus) which is achieved with traditional camera technology via control of aperture settings. During this tutorial I will use AfterFocus to mimic depth of field and will devote some space to look at it in a little more detail.