I recently discovered the art of iPhone photos or as it is know “iPhoneography”. There are a number of books, magazines and web resources. I begin this journey with a few simple apps. I have the hipstamatic app it creates retro style images. Fisheye simulates a fisheye lens but I will probably use my olloclip rather than simulate the lens. PicsArt allows me to layer my images and add effects. Then I have 2 adobe apps, lightroom and PS Express.
Now the apps are important but I also have photos for my library and iCloud share. I use instagram to share my images. I am just getting started in this adventure and below are my first 2 attempts at iPhone Art… or iPhoneography. If you like them please follow me on instagram @PD_Images
I was sent to Washington DC recently for work. This is one of those times I could not take my DSLR and only had my iPhone. I also didn’t have a lot of spare time on the trip. I was able to get out and walk a bit during the day and then again at night. I was glad I got to see the area during the day and again at night. The difference is so dramatic and the area really does take on a whole new look after dark.
One of the great things about shooting during the day is the ability to have people in your photos. The horse officer patrolling with the Washington Monument in the background. This has to be one of my favorite captures. Not that this is a great photo or that it hasn’t need seen a million times before but it shows the experience of being there.
I try to capture images that are “real” not that perfect magazine photo. Sometimes people make the image special. This is what was happen the day I was there. It’s just a snapshot, not something I’m trying to sell it’s a memory of my time spent in DC.
But I digress… I captured the Lincoln Memorial during the day with a family of ducks. I like it because it shows that even in the city there is nature all around. I think it’s a peaceful setting. Then I shot the memorial at night. I’m really glad I was able to see this during the day and at night. There is such a different feeling you get when you see these memorials at night and in the light of day. I was only able to spend a couple hours there over the course of my visit due to work but I really think it was worth it.
I also tried my pano feature during the day for a nice capture at the WWII memorial
In another post I spoke of how I use a lot of my iPhone images with instagram. Here are a few images I posted to instagram. Again I used the editor in that app for all the effects. We use what we have and try to get the most of it. thanks for reading and please follow me on instagram. @PD_Images