recent iphoneography

One of the things I most want to learn more about at BlogHer is iphoneography, both what new apps are out there and what they can do, as well as how to better use the ones I have.

With that in mind I’ve been shooting a lot. I thought I would post some of the photos I’ve taken in the last couple of weeks so you can see what I’ve been up to.

Some of these are heavily edited, and some are completely unedited. I’m trying to shoot more by using composition and natural light to get the effects I want rather than using filters – although filters can be fun! Most of the square crops were posted on instagram.

Daisies are my favorite flower. This one is just barely edited.

This one is completely unedited. The colors popped without any help from me.

I don’t know if this is a weed or a wildflower but I liked it. I got down underneath to take the photo. Heavily filtered in Camera +.

This was a sunset at my mother’s in Maine. She has the most amazing view from her front porch. It’s not edited either.

This is heavily filtered to pull out the detail in the water. This is in southern Maine.

Also at my mother’s and also a raw image. The light that night was amazing.

The basketball hoop I grew up with. I think that’s even the same net. Slightly edited.

There is a very old tractor at my mom’s. This is darkened in Camera +.

My brother’s dog Sadie. She really does have all of her legs. Slightly edited.

She has all of her teeth too. Heavily edited just for fun.

I needed a new twitter headshot that shows me in my glasses so people can recognize me at BlogHer. I tried to edit out my roots but I was unsuccessful. Heh.

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2 Responses to “recent iphoneography”

  1. MOM! on July 31st, 2012 10:54 am

    Annette, the wildflower in the ditch is Queen Anne’s Lace. They grew in great profusion on the farm.

  2. Dominique on August 6th, 2012 5:28 pm

    I was going to add the same comment – it grows all over at my farm house. Your photos are lovely, both edited and unedited. As for your headshot – it was your hair that I noticed first at BlogHer. Lucky girl, you’ve got amazing locks.

    Great to meet you.

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