The colorful leaves of autumn are my favourite subject to shoot. Sadly the leaves don’t last once they’ve turned. Here are what may be the last of my fall shots for this year (I hope not).
iPhone photography, or iPhoneography, has just exploded over the past few years and with the introduction of the iPhone 5 it’s only going to get more popular. I think it’s high time I started utilizing my blog more to showcase my own iPhoneography. So without any more hesitation, I might as well start with a bang.
I wandered out to the Grey Sauble Conservation Area a couple of days ago with Canon 60D in tow and started to photograph the Sydenham River. The overcast sky made for perfect shooting conditions. After a few shots with the Canon I took took out my iPhone 4S and opened a neat little camera app called Slow Shutter.
I’ve been waiting for a scene like a flowing river to try this app. I had another app that I tried on Indian Falls once but the results were less than satisfactory for me so I was really hoping for the best with this one. Slow Shutter didn’t disappoint. I was thrilled. The result is the image below. Literally no changes made to the image other than cropping to the 16:9 format. Yes, this is an iPhone photo.
The art or process of producing images on a sensitized surface (be it film or digital) by the action of radiant energy and especially light.
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