Yesterday I was stuck on one of the quite common Bogota's traffic jams, so I decided to play a bit with the new iPhone 3Gs camera selective focus capacities. I was very happy with the results on this shot, a bit blurry, but I like the final picture. I used the iPhone application Camerabag for post-processing.
Went golfing yesterday since it was one of our most important holiday, Boyaca's Battle. It is considered the start of the independence of the north of South America, commanded by Simon Bolivar.
Anyways, the golf course had the pins replaced by colombian flags as you can see, awesome gesture.
PS: shot with the iPhone
A very unexpected find while walking to work this week, it's probably a recycler's or homeless cart. He may be sleeping in the back (it was early in the morning), or elsewhere and will pick it up later.
It's a good thing to have an iPhone in your pocket all the time for these shots you don't wanna miss. They were shot with the iPhone camera with the apps: Camerabag and ShakeItPhoto ; awesome little app, makes the Polaroid sound and you have to shake the iPhone to reveal it =). Now you can picture the odd moment of me shaking an iPhone in the morning, in front of a Santa's mask, lol.
I like the left one better, how about you?
I'll try to post at least one iPhone image per week, I think this little app (Camerabag) is great, specially if you're into lomography. If you own an iPhone and like photography, you should check it out.
This was shot in Santa Marta, Colombia. I used the "polaroid/instant" filter for this one, it automatically places the classic white frame around it.
TIP: Click on the black style box on top of the image to get a better look at it.
These were 4 shots of a slinky (one shows a slinky and a ball) taken with the iPhone. There is no photoshop done on these (only to join the 4 images), the program that shoots in square format is a nice little app called CameraBag, these were shot in Holga mode.