Articles tagged with: digital photography
I love to drive the old Federal highways — the ones with the police badge-shaped highway markers. They’re no longer the best way to get there fast.
200 images will be printed and displayed in the gallery for the month of February 2010, and will be sold as individual works of art.
Chicago Art Department is pleased to present 25 artists from around the world, all exploring the iPhone as creative tool.
iPhoneographer Dixon Hamby is hosting a iPhone Image Collaboration. Since December 30, 2009, over 50 artists have participated and the project has gotten a lot of buzz on Twitter.
Behind the link, in no particular order, are my ten favorite images that I took in 2009. They may not be what I consider the best images I took in 2009, but these are the ones that I like the best.
January 1, 2010
Fort Worth, Texas
There’s an old cemetery across from a woodframe church near some new housing subdivisions. I’ve only seen evidence of one funeral there in the years I’ve lived here.
There are nights when these are my two favorite words.
I was pleasantly surprised to see how well my 2G preserved the color of these vibrant flowers. The only color moves made to this image were those that TiltShift Generator does by default.
I was getting a few shots to show him HipstaMatic 100 and got this photo of him. Woody likes this image. I love how it’s moody, candid and captures the intensity of my very creative friend.
If you want work on the full-size image that has been synced and removed from your iPhone, simply email the full-size image to one of the email accounts that you receive on your iPhone.
The filter set is appealing. The Russian filter duplicates the look of a plastic toy camera, a Holga. I also like that you can add a color cast in the CMYK color space.