Phoneography Monday – processing

Canon EOS 620 by Android HTC One -- Standard camera (ZOE) for original picture, Pixlr Express to adjust hue, saturation and then I decided to apply a "sketch" to see what would happen.

Canon EOS 620 by Android HTC One — Standard camera (ZOE) for original picture, Pixlr Express to adjust hue, saturation and then I decided to apply a “sketch” to see what would happen.

Well Wednesday really.

Our task: 5th Monday: Editing and Processing with Various Apps Using Themes from the Fourth Week (Objects)

Although I love taking photos with my phone I’ve stayed away from most of the effects that seem to be available. I’ve got too many real photos from the 70s which are faded due to the early colour processing problems to ever need to simulate that particular look. I will admit that being able to adjust the balance of the picture is marvelous. And cropping – that’s my favourite.

While reading around the other entries from last Monday I found a new app, Pixlr Express (for Android), thanks to Su Leslie. I’ve also been boxing up all my old SLRs for a TAFE teacher who wants her class to experience film photography. So this story, fairly obviously, is one of old and new.

 

Have a look at Sally’s entry where she lists all the participants for this week:
LensandPens by Sally

Once again this post was mostly done on the phone – this sentence is being added as I proof on the big screen.

8 thoughts on “Phoneography Monday – processing

  1. Very nice image that conjures the meaning behind the day’s challenge. I like the play on the DSLR vs. iPhone technology. Mostly, delighted that you were able to use a new app. Su Leslie introduced me to Pho.to Lab. Never heard of it. But there are a gazillion apps and more being developed daily. It’s a terrific time to be experimenting. Happy Photo Challenge.

  2. Pingback: Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Devices Photo Challenge: Editing and Processing with Apps (PhotoStudio) | Lens and Pens by Sally

  3. Love that photo. I think we all need shirts that say, “So many apps, so little time.” 🙂 One of the nice side effects of participating in the Phoneography Challenge.

    janet

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