As much as I love my dslr or mirrorless cameras, the one camera I always have with me is my iPhone. Nowadays with the newer model iPhones and smartphones you can even print bigger, higher quality images than you could before. There is also the fun of sharing images on Instagram and other social media. Here are my latest favorite iPhone/smartphone apps for processing images:
Snapseed - for basic editing
Formulas - for textures
Brushstroke - for turning your images into paintings
Rollworld - a fun app for tiny planet photos or distorting images (another good one I have heard about it Tiny Planets)
Mextures - for textures
A couple fun ones to use instead of using your native camera:
Hipstamatic - has lots of fun effects
Slow shutter - great for blurring subjects
I will follow up with more information on how I use each of these apps in later posts.
There is just something I love about seeing cardinals in the winter. That bright red color in an otherwise blah environment. It took some patience waiting for this guy to settle in, but he ended up posing nicely for me.
Lily of the Incas
Lately I absolutely love flower photography. Here is a little backstage peek at how I am still photographing flowers in the winter. I shot this little flower bud with my iPhone and olloclip macro lens.