I was in the dentist’s office this week and saw the light coming through this frosted glass window, and simply love how the soft light fills this corner of the room. I like looking at natural light and figuring out ways to duplicate this in the studio.
I love taking panorama shots, and I have a great App on the iPhone that allows the user to take and make a quick panoramic shot.
Today’s picture of the day was shot two days after a major snow storm blew through the area. While I like snow as a concept, getting out and shoveling eight to ten inches of the stuff is no fun. On the plus side, when the sun comes out and the light hits the environment just right, it is beautiful.
This image was shot on the iPhone 4 using the built in camera. No other processing was done to the image.
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I love the fact that my iPhone automatically geotags photos that I take when I am out and about. Once imported into Aperture, or other photo imaging application that supports metadata, it’s a simple click of the button to find out where on the planet the photo was taken.
But with bigger cameras, like the Canon 5D Mark II, there is a surprising lack of GPS tagging to be found. Oh sure, you could spend several hundred dollars for a GPS system that attaches to the camera, but the ones I have seen are big, and tend to get in the way. Since I always carry my iPhone with me, I went looking for a solution on the App Store.
So, I finally broke down and purchased an iPhone 4.0 this weekend. For a couple of years now, the household has wanted to move away from the Blackberry Pearl to the iPhone, simply because the iPhone is more media friendly than the Blackberry. Don’t get me wrong, the Blackberry is fine when it comes to instant messages, and email, but surfing the web, taking pictures, and trying to listen to podcasts are like pulling teeth.