I spotted this old stake-bed Dodge workhorse in Twentynine Palms, California while walking around with my trusty iPhone 4s, five years ago. I came across it again, on my computer, last evening, and decided to have a go at it with Snapseed. A little caressing, massaging, and fine tuning with the sliders and this is what I came up with. I hope you like it. Prints available.
I see it still has wheels; maybe its life isn’t over yet. I’ll bet the owner still has plans for it…
I had a great time, on Saturday, at Cowboy Camp on Clint Mortenson's ranch south of Santa Fe, shooting with friends @Steve Immel and @Steve Bundy. This found still life, so typical of ranch life was something I just couldn't pass up.
BRUSH BOUQUET / iPhone 6s Plus / Snapseed
As I was having breakfast yesterday, I glanced from the kitchen into the living room. The morning sun was streaming through the window, lighting up my collection of brushes. I decided it was time to try my new iPhone 6s Plus camera. A couple of quick adjustments, a little playing with the sliders, and this was the result.
Now, back to my research project…
KITCHEN WINDOW / iPhone 6 Plus / Snapseed / Juxtaposer
For a change of pace from all that Mexico street photography, here's something closer to home. The view from our kitchen window, with chili peppers.
A quick bit of adjusting in Snapseed, followed with the Juxtaposer app to drop some sky into the window.
Finally finished with all that transfer business. Whew! IPhones all up to date and working fine. Now to wrap up the book publishing research and get back to book building and painting.