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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

Sunday, January 5, 2014

Fells Point in Black and White Captured~ Hipstamatic, Camera+, PaintedFX, Snapseed


Captured: Camera+ Processed: PaintedFX for texture, Snapseed, and ImageBlender
(The rays were naturally occurring shooting into the sun)
Yesterday I joined an iPhone Meet-up in Fells Point. I have not participated in a meet up before, and when it came through my e-mail, I thought, why not, my schedule was open,  Fells Point is close, so I responded yes over two weeks ago. Then, the deep freeze and snow arrived! I decided to go anyway...and test out the iPhone under extreme cold. (it was 19 degrees)
What I found: I tried working with Hipstamatic Oggle but the user interface would not let me access the shooting menu, so I went back to Hipstamatic Classic, which makes shooting so easy with the big screen tap and fire feature. I also used Camera+ to shoot as well as BracketMode which both worked fine. As usual, on a photo shoot people split up and find their own shots, the same for me...it was cool not being a leader for a change! The Meet-up organizer's  iPhone kept auto shutting down while shooting in the cold. He had only a thin case, while my Mophie JuicePak Plus encased iPhone kept on firing. I think the JuicePak added some insulation and warmth from the battery pac charging. I used my Isotoner Smartouch gloves, but found that it was still better shooting with my ungloved hand. I think it was so cold I was not transmitting enough heat to the Smartouch pad! When not shooting I put the iPhone into a pocket in my ski jacket. I have a few color shots I made which, I will process and be in another post.
My next iPhone workshop is January 19, inside at the National Building Museum.
Only three spaces left!
Capture: Camera+ Processed: Snapseed

Capture: Hipstamatic Processed: Snapseed, Rays

Capture: Hipstamatic, Jane Lens, Inas 1969 Film Processed: Snapseed
Capture: Camera+ (7 shots stitched in AutoStitch) Processed: AutoStitch, Snapseed The is the Facade of the building where the series "Homicide" was made.