My iPhoneography image ‘The Road to the Pub’ is a moody monochrome landscape iPhone image captured a short walk from my home in Lincoln.

This image is captured on ProCamera7 with the Olloclip 4 in 1 wide angle lens attached. In post processing it was adjusted a little in Snapseed and then imported into Oggl where it was processed with the classic John S Lens and BlacKeys Extra Fine film – one of my choice combinations. I enjoy processing scenes like this in black and white because I feel it enhances the mysterious atmosphere.

The inspiration behind this image as I explained to Andy at Mobiography is my neighbourhood and the weather.

I find foggy mornings to be the most awesome and atmospheric of times. They’re magical. Living with one foot in the countryside and another foot in the city, long after the fog has disappeared in the city I can walk in the opposite direction and there it is lingering over the rivers and grasslands. It’s another world.

I take almost all my images on within walking distance of my home in Lincoln (England). Nature’s ability to transform the same scene on a daily basis is a constant inspiration.


{ the road to the pub on flickr }



I am delighted that ‘The Road to the Pub’ has been featured by Mobiography

Really honoured that my image ‘Road to the Pub’ has been featured by @mobiography thank you Andy!

See the feature together with other featured images at mobiography.

The photographs featured in this weeks Mobiography Flickr Group showcase yet again perfectly illustrate the diverse array of talented artists out there in the mobile photography community. From the eery, foggy landscape of Paul Brown’s ‘The Road to the Pub’ to the vibrate coloured light trails of Antti Tassberg’s ‘Commuting at Warp Speed’, the showcase has once again been a pleasure to curate. Other featured photographers include Enzo, Louise Fryer, pictrola, Leon, Pascal M and Montse Abad.

Andy Butler ~ Mobiography


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