I took this picture on a mountain hillside near Banff in 2009. If you're an iTunes person I suggest downloading 'Springtime in the Rockies' by Brave Combo & Tiny Tim. I'm not sure if its serious music or intended for a bit of a laugh - one never know with Tiny Tim - but I like it.
This is one of my all time favourite photos. It's a little blurry but it doesn't really matter...this huge man has slumped on this bench and has fallen into a deep sleep while these two gals (who are taking up the same amount of room on the bench as he is) eat their lunch. Photo taken on Bologna is 2009.
The original file size that the iPhone took was around 80" wide at 72dpi. At full magnification a lot of details was captured in this photo - astounding considering the lens is only about 2mm in diameter.
Here's another iPhone Hipstamatic wedding photo. I think this is a great shot; the lighting on the walls behind the band, the composition with the dancers on the right, the patterned floor tile at the bottom...it all just really came together. For some reason I can't stop staring at this photo - It reminds me of the sort of photos you'd see from another era....not lovely Saskatoon in 2014.
We'll make the last in this short series of back alley photos. It's all about composition, baby. All photos in this series made with the Canon G15 camera. RAW Files converted to JPEG in Adobe Lightroom. This particular photos converted to black and white using Oloneo Photo Engine.
Here's the next in this series of alley way photos. I like the rigid geometry in this shot. I found that by moving the camera slightly the lens flare changed colour as the angle of the sun shining across the lens changed. As you can tell, I settled on the green version.
The other night whilst out with my dogs someone pointed out that we had an audience. This owl was about 10 feet off the ground and perched on a tree along side a frequently traveled trail. iPhone image capture.