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11
Mar

A Day At The Museum~ iPhone 4s

I live in Victoria, British Columbia. It’s home to the Royal BC Museum. They have some cool natural history displays that provide some nifty iPhone pics.


Cougar~ iPhone 4s, Lens: John S Film: Ina’s 1969


Wooly Mammoth~ iPhone 4s, Lens: John S Film: Ina’s 1969

8
Mar

Natasha, Captured With 5D Mark II And iPhone 4s

Canon EOS 5D Mark II, Lens: EF17-35mm f/2.8L USM Post-processed: Alien Skin Exposure (Technicolor-Summer Blockbuster)

iPhone 4s, Lens: John S Film: Ina’s 1969 Post-processed: Alien Skin Exposure (Technicolor-Process 2)

Canon EOS 5D Mark II, Lens: EF85mm f/1.8 USM Post-processed: Alien Skin Exposure (Technicolor Vibrant)

iPhone 4s, Lens: John S Film: Ina’s 1969

Canon EOS 5D Mark II, Lens: EF85mm f/1.8 USM Post-processed: Alien Skin Exposure (Technicolor Summer Blockbuster)

6
Mar

iPhone 4s with Pro HDR/Snapseed/Camera+

Snapped this image of the Netherlands Centennial Carillon with the iPhone 4s and Pro HDR. Tweaked the image in Snapseed and added a border with Camera+.

I’m finding myself combining apps to do most of the processing. Some apps are better at certain adjustments than others. I’m sure this is the way most photographers work with the iPhone.

Snapseed is the free app for a limited time at Starbucks. So if you don’t have it I would highly recommend heading down to get a latte!

4
Mar

Serena, Captured With 5D Mark II And iPhone 4s

iPhone 4s, Lens: John S Film: Ina’s 1969 Post-processed: Alien Skin Exposure Technicolor Process 2

Canon EOS 5D Mark II, Lens: EF50mm f/1.8 II Post-processed: Alien Skin Exposure (Technicolor Process 2/Polaroid Cyan Shadows)

iPhone 4s, Lens: Lucifer VI Film: BlackKeys SuperGrain Post-processed: Alien Skin Exposure (Polapan)

Canon EOS 5D Mark II, Lens: EF85mm f/1.8 USM Post-processed: Alien Skin Exposure (Polapan)

2
Mar

iPhone 4s With HDR Pro/Camera+


The Malahat~Darren Stone (2012)

Fancy yourself a smart phone Ansel Adams or William Henry Jackson? Try the iPhone apps Pro HDR and Camera+.

Pro HDR takes two exposures of the same scene to expand the dynamic range (HDR means High Dynamic Range) and does a much better job than the iPhone camera app at HDR.

Both of these images were captured with Pro HDR. Pro HDR doesn’t have great filters, so I enhanced the images with the Camera+ app. For Malahat I used “Clarity” and “So Emo” (plus a fancy grunge border) For Sooke Potholes I used “Clarity” and “Cyanotype”.

Sooke Potholes~Darren Stone (2012)

I used to take quite a few HDR’s. You can see some here, but I got bored with it. It’s way more fun on the iPhone. No nasty tripod to slow you down!

Thanks to Kenneth Todd for turning me on to Pro HDR with his amazing iPhone pics.