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Monday, January 20, 2014

National Building Museum ~ BracketMode~ ProHDR~Mextures~ Glaze~Snapseed

Captured Hipstamatic Jane Lens Inas 1969: Processed: Snapseed-HDRScape and Retrolux: Glaze
Sunday, after working for four hours with a group of eager to learn iPhoneographers, I made a few shots of my own before leaving the National Building Museum in Washington, DC. It is a fabulous building with a lot of historical relevance. The Grand Hall is best photographed in the morning so in the late afternoon light I looked for a few intimate and slightly different shots with my iPhone.
My next Getting Started workshop in iPhone photography is March 8.
(February class has 1 spot open)
If you have already taken the Getting Started session my next day long iPhone Photography Session "Working with APPS in Depth" sponsored by Capital Photography Center is scheduled for is May 4th in Washington, DC.
Capture: BracketMode Processed: ProHDR: Glaze: ImageBlender: Mextures
Capture: BracketMode Processed: ProHDR: Snapseed: Glaze: ImageBlender: Leonardo
Capture: BracketMode Processed: ProHDR: Snapseed: Mextures: Glaze: ImageBlender: Leonardo


Capture: BracketMode Processed: ProHDR: Snapseed: Glaze: ImageBlender: Leonardo
Capture: BracketMode Processed: ProHDR: Snapseed: Glaze: ImageBlender: Leonardo

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