This photograph is a departure from my iPhone project, it was created by stitching 6 independent images together, taken with a DSLR 35 mm lens mounted, ISO 200 f/22 1/10th of a second for each shot, tripod mounted.
This is another personal preference set, like the photographs at Plainfield MA Beach I posted these both in Sepia and Color to see what you think. This area is known as the Jelly Mill Falls in Dummerston VT. This photograph is actually an 8 shots stitched together, all taken with my iPhone 4.
Sometimes you just have to use what is available. Today was a good example of that, I was working in New York and on my way home when I saw this deer with two others, standing beside the road . I was able to take this shot with my iPhone, as it was the only camera I had available to me at the time. It is a little off my iPhone theme but I couldn't pass it up. No Sepia this time
This time out in "My iPhone" I decided to give you two views of the same thing, to see what you think. No alterations other than a little cropping and of course making the switch to Sepia tone. This photograph was shot at the Plainfield MA public beach late this afternoon. Quite the difference wouldn't you say
I had this idea yesterday to adapt a gallery exhibit I had seen involving photographs taken only with a smart phone cameras. In my case I am going to produce images using my iPhone and Aperture photo software to create Sepia tone images. I thought it would be interesting and fun to photograph things that interest me on the spur of the moment, using only the phone and then create the Sepia look. I will post them to the blog titled My iPhone. Tonight it is raining rather heavily in Vermont and the effect of the wet leaves on my deck at dusk caught my eye, so that is the theme tonight.
Not long ago I attended a gallery exhibit that featured a section of photographs all taken by the artists' smart phones. The images in the exhibit, a of walk of life photo-essay style, were raw they had no corrections of enhancements. I like the idea but my twist on it is here I like the sepia tone photographs so I tweaked my image abit using Aperture.