I still shoot a lot with my iPhone - how about you?
I am really happy that I have an iPhone and that with a few apps, I can create some artwork just about anytime I want to. It's a fabulous creative tool and I totally enjoy it. In fact, I shoot with my iPhone very often. It's just that I don't share the photos here that much anymore. I should change that.
I've been thinking about that a lot lately, and trying to figure out why that is. I still take a lot of iPhone pics, and I share some on my Facebook page and even put some into this set on Flickr, but I haven't done many iPhone posts here this year.
So, I figured I would do a little catching up with this post today. While I could almost do one of these each week, that's not my intention. I will continue to do some of these on a random basis, but I have so many HDR photos taken with my Nikon from my travels over the last couple of years that I will be working on those for a long time (and that's a good thing, in my opinion).
Plus, shooting HDR with my Nikon is pretty much my favorite thing in the world, so I have to keep doing that, for my sanity if nothing else. :-)
So, these photos today were all taken either here in Austin or up in Fredericksburg, TX in the Texas hill country over the last few weeks, and of course they were all taken with my iPhone 4S. Also, the three main apps I used on these photos are Snapseed, ProHDR and Camera+. I used at least one of those apps on each of these, and maybe all 3 on 1 or 2 of them. I can't remember, to be honest about it.
Now I just need to find some time to share the iPhone pics I have taken lots of other places. Stay tuned!
Since my last iPhone post, I have taken trips to Nashville (3 times!), Germany (Leipzig, Dresden, and Berlin), Amsterdam and Brussels, Phoenix, London and Scotland (both Glasgow and Edinburgh), and probably some other places that I cannot remember right now.
And yes, I took iPhone pics in every one of those spots (plus more Nikon images than I can count). So maybe I should get busy, because unless I am mistaken I haven't done an iPhone blog post from any of those trips.
And I even got out on Thanksgiving Eve here in Austin recently (with a couple of family members) and got some shots during sunset. It ended up being a pretty nice evening!
Well thanks for stopping by today, and I hope you enjoyed viewing these iPhone pics as much as I enjoyed taking, processing, and sharing them! Come back soon for more! I will try and be a bit more regular about these iPhone posts! :-)