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  • Welcome to the new site. Here's a thread about the update where you can post your feedback, ask questions or spot those nasty bugs!

Serious fun with any smartphone! Post your favorites!

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
I have inherited my wife's 3G iPhone and am amazed by it's utility. One could even drive looking at the live view, LOL!

So I have tested it on walks, capturing whatever pleases my eye. I started of course with obliques, thinking that they might go well together in layered pictures, later on.

So here's my start:




Asher Kelman: Garden

iphone 3G white






Asher Kelman: Immigrant Tree

Sawleaf Zelkova (Zelkova Serrata)

iphone 3G white


So add your own serious fun pictures from your smart phone! :)

Asher
 
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Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
Not an iPhone, Nokia E7 here:


Best regards,
Michael
Michael,

Great view! Michael A. smith is right here, (in this case :) ), its the subject that counts, not the camera! I might have been there, years ago. Do they sunbathe there, on the grass by the water, even a few folk without clothes? I have to dig through my old pictures!

Asher
 

John Wolf

New member
Just starting to try my iPhone for more "serious" work. Been using it with the 645 Pro app and really enjoying the combination. It has even prompted me to work in color -- something I have not done in years.

It's definitely a bright light camera, but otherwise the noise and blur are part of the charm.

A few more iPhone pics on the web site.

John

 

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
Just starting to try my iPhone for more "serious" work. Been using it with the 645 Pro app and really enjoying the combination. It has even prompted me to work in color -- something I have not done in years.

It's definitely a bright light camera, but otherwise the noise and blur are part of the charm.

A few more iPhone pics on the web site.

John


I checked your website. May I say "Wow!". These need to be shared too!

Asher
 

John Wolf

New member
Thank you, Asher. This really is great fun. And to think a camera is always right there in your pocket or purse or belt case.

I'm going to work on becoming better technically. And I'll try printing some files.

I'd love to hear of any favorite apps. So far I use 645 Pro for capture and work the tiffs in Lightroom.

John
 

fahim mohammed

Active member
I have inherited my wife's 3G iPhone and am amazed by it's utility. One could even drive looking at the live view, LOL!

So I have tested it on walks, capturing whatever pleases my eye. I started of course with obliques, thinking that they might go well together in layered pictures, later on.

So here's my start:




Asher Kelman: Garden

iphone 3G white

...

So add your own serious fun pictures from your smart phone! :)

Asher​


Simple, effective, beautifully composed.​
 
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fahim mohammed

Active member
Just starting to try my iPhone for more "serious" work. Been using it with the 645 Pro app and really enjoying the combination. It has even prompted me to work in color -- something I have not done in years.

It's definitely a bright light camera, but otherwise the noise and blur are part of the charm.

A few more iPhone pics on the web site.

John

John, seems you are getting the hang of the iPhone very well indeed. Well timed and captured.
 

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief

The iPhone fstoppers shoot is really about lighting and a well prepared model. Once one has that, of course, the camera is not too important. Well done!

Asher
 

Rachel Foster

New member
Posted elsewhere before I saw the iPhone thread. I'm hoping you'll indulge my double-post.

It's overexposed, but it appeals to me anyway.

 

jake klein

New member
While waiting to talk to the surgeon after Debbie's Gallbladder removal last wednesday...


The waiting chair


Another one taken during the wait....


 

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
Segments!







Jake,

Congratulations on all your work with this new way of making pictures. You've become an ace already!

Both of these segment into sections of the universe!

asher
 
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Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
While waiting to talk to the surgeon after Debbie's Gallbladder removal last wednesday...




Jake Klein: Waiting Room Chair


Works! The base trim of the wall adds the authenticity.

Jake,

One behalf of all your friends here at OPF, I wish a swift recovery to your dear wife!


Asher
 

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
Driving Past Carney's ON Sunset Strip!

Sunset Strip is lit up till the early hours of the morning. This restaurant in converted railway cars is among the last to close, always being sought out by folks for late night dinner or just a coffee before driving home after a night on the town.









Asher Kelman: Passing Carney's on the Sunset Strip!

Asher
 
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