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Wednesday, May 29, 2013

The Hamilton Street Club BracketMode:Hipstamatic


Its been way too long since I posted an iPhone blog! Today I had an opportunity to make a presentation on iPhone Photography at The Hamilton Street Club in Baltimore.  I had never heard about this very interesting club until I was invited to present by one of my past students who is a member. I arrived early and set up; then I had a chance to wander a bit before everyone arrived. Hard to believe this building was once a stable, and even harder to believe this club has been in place since the early 1920's! That's pretty good longevity, but with fabulous lunch menus like the one they had today I can understand! Their line up of speakers for luncheons is also pretty impressive!
I was honored to be invited! The decor is charming and a mix of old and updated...which I loved; so I started making a few images before people arrived. Then a few members came in early and I began to show a few individuals what I had been shooting. I loved this little lamp and settee shot, but it needed a person, so Jeannette was willing and I placed a book in her hand and asked her to just act like she was reading....then I made a quick Hipstamatic shot (Jane Lens and Inas 1969 film) and then I used Snapseed to refine the image, before running it through Glaze.
Here's the shot below without Jeannette....People in images make a huge difference! Maybe you can join me for an iPhone workshop..next one is June 16, Fathers Day in Baltimore...visit the Capital Photography Website to register...click here! Or how about my all day class at Horizons Photography Workshop on July 13? Visit the Horizon Photography Workshop site click here for more info..... and...........I am heading for Ireland on Friday so look for Ireland iPhone images soon.

 I shot a few more images there....
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6 comments:

  1. Great combination in every way - location, food and super images. Enjoyed this post very much!

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  2. Karen - this is a great series of images. I just read your interview over on IArt Chronicles today and enjoyed learning more about you and your process. About a year ago, I took my first iphone class from you at Horizon Photo in Chespeake City and loved it. I credit your enthusiasm for getting me so hooked on iponeography and wanted to sincerely thank you for that!

    Anne Highfield

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    1. Thank you Anne! Good to hear from you and so glad you are enjoying the iPhone for photography!

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  3. Wow Karen these are great! It's so cool to see that you still use our app... You were one of our first fans!!

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    1. Thank you Giles, I love Glaze!!! Shooting in Ireland now and having a blast working up images shot wit the Ollo Clip Fish eye and processed with Glaze! Thanks for your creativity!

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