My friend and flickr contact Gary Sharp has posted a spectacular iPhone/Hipstamatic image of a creek with reflections, ripples, plant life and more. Fascinating image.
My friend Gary Sharp has posted another outstanding iPhone/Hipstamatic image of a ship docked in North Bend, Oregon.
Flickr member Accountant from Cleveland has taken a great backlit image of flower petals with his iPhone 4S.
Flickr member Accountant from Cleveland has taken a great shadow abstract with his iPhone 4S.
My friend Gary Sharp took this picture of me on our epic hike from undermountain trail, over Bear Mountain, down into Sage’s Ravine, then up the Appalachian Trail to Mt. Race, over Race and down the Race Brook Falls trail. It was epic because it was long (12 miles) and we ran into a fierce storm cell just after going over Mt. Race. We got hailed on and completely soaked going down the Race Brook Falls trail. We still had a great time.
iPhone 5 and Hipstamatic.
Standing on the very summit of Mt. Race in Massachusetts I decided to try the panorama feature of my iPhone.
To the north we have Dave and Cathy with Mt. Everett behind them and panning east then panning south we have Gary and Bonnie (my younger stepdaughter) with Bear Mountain behind them. The pan was a full 180 degrees.
The image isn’t great but this is a lot of fun and the iPhone makes it quite easy. More experimentation is in order.
Flickr contact Dave Gilbert caught this great store window reflection with his iPhone and the Hipstamatic app.
My friend Gary Sharp has posted a dramatic monochrome image of lichen on the Humbug Mountain trail done with his iPhone 5 and Hipstamatic.
My friend Gary Sharp has taken another outstanding landscape image with his iPhone 5 and the Hipstamatic app.
My friend Gary Sharp is on a roll with his iPhone 5 and Hipstamatic app. This is an incredible image of sunlight coming through trees and fog on Humbug Mountain on the southern Oregon coast.
My friend Gary Sharp used his iPhone and the Hipstamatic app to capture this great piece of marine debris, quite possibly from the tsunami that hit Japan last year.
My friend and flickr contact Gary Sharp has done another incredible Oregon coast landscape image with his iPhone and the Hipstamatic app.
My friend Gary Sharp has posted an amazing image of sand dunes near Lakeside, Oregon shot with his iPhone 5 and the Hipstamatic app. Wow.
This is a great collection of iPhone photography done with a variety of tools. Yes, it looks like a lot of the Photoshop work from years ago but remember, these images were shot with an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch camera and processed with iOS apps on the device. It’s an impressive collection and while much of the photography is overly stylized it fascinates me that all of this work is now being done completely on a mobile platform. The world is definitely changing rapidly.
[via Gary Sharp]
My friend and flickr contact Gary Sharp shot a spectacular dunes landscape with his iPhone 5. Great reflection of the tops of the trees in the pond.
Salisbury, Connecticut. Hiking up to Bear Mountain via Paradise lane brings us by this small brook which, when it has water in it almost always has an interesting reflection in this one spot. Today it had broken light and a bit of foam that showed the slow movement of the brook. The iPhone and Instagram caught it better than my S100.
Professional photographer Dean Holland tours Vietnam with an iPhone 4S leaving his DSLR and lenses at home.
Spectacular images, read the captions under them for the collection of apps he used for capture and processing.
I don’t have one of these yet (ordering after posting) but it looks great to me.
Best part: the SlingShot’s flexible cradle holds any smartphone ever — from the new iPhone 5 to the oldest Android (with or without a case too)!
I have a 4S with a bumper on it so the current set of clamps don’t work for me. This will. Yes!
Gary Sharp posted an incredible image of oysters on a red plate. Wow.