Since that time I have been committed to processing ONLY on my iPhone and iPad. I want everyone to know that the images posted on my blog are possible with only these two devices. I am so committed that I have traveled to far away places with only my iPhone and iPad, mind you I did have a back up of each, just in case.
Long ago I set a goal to motivate, inspire and show what is photographically possible with iOS applications on the iPhone and iPad. I started teaching to help fulfill those goals.
Today I am launching, "Photo iPossibilities" a Monday column that will address questions from you regarding iOS photography to hopefully continue to fulfill my goal and keep you inspired.
My first column shows a before and after image from Cambodia. The original image was captured just before sunset as the boats were coming back from a tourist cruise. I processed the image in many steps before deciding on the final result. I knew from the beginning that I wanted to create an antique look. I made that choice for a couple reasons. 1. The scene appeared to be timeless. 2. I knew when I captured it that I would have a hard time getting any detail or light in the foreground since it was strongly backlight.
|Processed in a timeless fashion|
Now it is your turn? What questions do you have? Please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a specific photo that you have questions about send it along. I will be posting the next "Photographically Possible" next Monday. Thanks and I look forward to your questions.
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