I used to check this site regularly, but I’ve gotten away from paying as much attention to my iPhone photos.
There are 2,920 photography apps available in the App Store, and more are being added every day. Sorting through and testing each new release—every faux film filter, cropping, and tilt-shift tool—could amount to a full time job. Thankfully, Glyn Evans narrows it down for you on his site iPhoneography.com.
via An iPhoneographer’s six favorite apps
I wanted to make note of this, though, to look at the recommended apps and think through the ones I’ve already invested in. The pic above wasn’t edited on my iPhone, but in Imagewell, which I also used to SFTP the image up here.
I’ve spent most of the morning photographing flowers and other plants here in Descanso Gardens in La Cañada Flintridge west of Pasadena. Lovely; I’m grateful for this beauty, for the opportunity to see it and make photographs of it. A small snap below, with the promise of a gallery of more to come:
Twice a day for nearly twelve years, Ive seen this view looking north walking between work and the train station. I like this view… though I still dont think the Coke sign adds anything worth seeing. For one thing, the clock has been wrong since the rest of us sprang forward about two months ago.
In concert at St. Bartholomew Episcopal Church. Renaissance and modern choral works, sung with beauty and real appreciation. A lovely concert.
Outside the Montag freshman dorm on the campus of Georgia Tech, 11:03 this morning.