After over three years of daily posts, followed by a one year hiatus with only a few occasional posts, I’m back. My new goal is to document (for myself, but you can look, too) via a year of daily posts – the world of iPhonography. I just bought my first smart phone, an iPhone 6 Plus.
Smartphones are inherently hand-held point-and-shoot snapshot cameras. How much further can they be pushed. My iPhone 6+ is light years ahead of my first camera – a 2 MP Olympus P&S (which was good enough for me to capture a few winners as a novice in a local camera club).
Follow along with me as I explore my new mobile device and the apps and accessories that hopefully will carry it far beyond something just for snapshots. I plan to identify what it can & can’t do as compared to a DSLR.
For an opener, here’s an image that’s barely more than a snapshot even though it’s reasonably well composed (for a hand-held shot) and has no obvious technical flaws. It was shot and processed (Snapseed for minor tonal and color adjustments) in the iPhone.
Auto-Post from my iPhone to WordPress via IFTTT (IF THIS – new photo in iPhone photo stream WP album – THEN THAT – automatically send post to my WP blog). Isn’t technology grand? 😉