Okay, here's today's photos highlighting (pun intended) a faux HDR (high dynamic range - which just means detail in highlights and shadows.)
Before iPhone apps "darkroom" stuff:
And here's the same photo after opening shadows with iFlash Ready app.(our faux HDR), then sharpening, saturating, and adding the see through framing in Photogene.
And yesterdays 3 apps were Photogene, Edgepix, and Symmetry. Too cool.
Monday, June 29, 2009
Sunday, June 28, 2009
Saturday, June 27, 2009
I admit it freely, without guilt or reservation. I am an iPhone slut. I love, love, love my iPhone.
Now, I like that it syncs with my computer calendar and address database. I enjoy having music and movies right there on my phone. It surfs the web beautifully and lets me manage my email, blogs, and social networking accounts. And it is a perfectly good phone, especially now.
But I LOVE it for the apps. (And also now the NEW camera. which figures prominently into the app desire.)
My favorite apps are the photo apps. And yes, I have way too many of them, but I refuse to relinquish a single one. Making art on the iPhone is the digital diva’s latest obsession.
The original image for the above pic was a ratcheted zoom of lily pads in Monet’s Garden in Giverny, where Mark Lissick teaches a fabulous course in the French Countryside. (Co-taught by my photographer husband, Dewitt Jones, one week in 2010.) The iPhone app that gave it the nautiloid appearance is iDroste. I think it was free, but it would be worth paying for!