iPhone Photo Gallery

Written by: Glyn Dewis

Published: April 30, 2009

Category: General

I’m a big believer that photography is one of those things that you can’t just pick up every now and again and expect to improve; you need to be out as often as possible taking photos and pushing yourself to keep in that ‘creative zone’. Now I know it’s not always convenient to carry your camera round with you when you’re popping out for the day, and let’s face it a Nikon D3 doesn’t exactly fit in your back pocket…so this is where my iPhone comes in. Granted, the resolution of the images it produces aren’t up there with most DSLR’s (yet) but that’s not what it’s there for; it’s just that having it just keeps me looking for the next shot.

Here are just a few of the photos I’ve taken lately using my iPhone and edited ‘in phone’ (no photoshop).




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2 Comments

  1. Tara

    I have to ask – how did you do the eye shot? I’m trying to figure it out if not PS done and I admit I just can’t figure it out!

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  2. Glyn Dewis

    Hi Tara,

    The eye shot was originally part of a black & white poster on the wall at Baker Street Underground Station. All the editing has been done in my iPhone using a variety of Apps: Photogene, Foto FX etc …

    Thanks for looking in,
    Glyn ;o)

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