More percolation ;-)
Following the coffee motif of Percolator:
And one non-percolated - using Snapseed:
Joe - the percolated dog is one of the best perocolations (new word?) I've seen.
Just a couple of treatments
>the percolated dog is one of the best perocolations
I will stay far away from percolated dogs.
Yup, from my New Mexico trip. Percolated and the Mosaic filter in FX Photo Studio.
iPhone App Lo-Mob:
Chris - cool shot and one where I'm sure you are glad you had an iPhone handy!
Here's one that will make think
HDR usind pro HDR.
I didn't do any special processing to create the sky or effects. Just nature at a special moment.
iPhone 4 with Hipstamatic
Painted on iPhone:
app: You Gotta See This!
Godfrey, nice B&W.
>but it has some of the feel that the Polaroid SX-70 offers.
Yes, the Polaroid of the 21st century.
A few photos from my iPhone from around Tokyo the last couple days.
All processed with Brannan in Instagram. A number of photographers here have adopted it as their daily log so I've started to adopt it too.
Charles - flickr
Really nice work Charles. Love that processing.
>Was the iPhone a fad? Actually not.
Very kewl, Uwe. Love that last one in particular.
Thanks. The Orchard was from HDR Fusion.
found a huge puddle today...
parked next to it.
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So for any of you has the 4S essentially replaced your small sensor camera? I've sold off a bunch of stuff in an attempt to get down to one camera to do it all. That was a failure, but I think I'll be down to 3 - a77 at work when I need "hi rez" photos, OM-D to take with me for typical shooting, and then something small that I can take everywhere. I loved my DLux4 but it got purged in a recent bloodletting I've thought about getting another small sensor camera but I've also been flirting with going back to an iPhone for other work reasons and am wondering if the camera on that can essentially "replace" something like an LX5 or S95.
thoughts? The photos in this thread are impressive, and I don't really feel the need to have a ton of manual control as I usually shoot program mode anyway.
The iPhone 4S makes pictures as good as any of them, for my needs.
>Not entirely sure why, but I really like this one
We agree, don't know either. But it does not matter that I don't know.
>So for any of you has the 4S essentially replaced your small sensor camera?
Not for me. I consider the iPhone 4S something different (e.g. Hipstamatic). My recent P&S level camera is the Nikon V1. Finally a small camera with great tele reach.
Taken using camera+, but no adjustments.
Sorry for the big size, I'm just amazed at what the 4S is capable of.
I'm with you... amazed! Very nice.
just found this excellent thread.
a weak contribution,-
Endre! Great to see you posting again... even if it's with the iPhone. Very nice shot.