These are the type of shots where the iPhone is so good at capturing something on the fly. I was sitting in a coffee shop (Common Ground in Hamilton if you want a good cap and wrap) and was struck by the window signage contrasted against the street outside. On a whim, I shot it with KitCam’s Split Lens setting. Not bad for literally…
These abstracts were created from shots taken on my iPhone 5 while walking around beautiful Hardwick Hall, an Elizabethan masterpiece in Derbyshire. I exaggerated the colours of the natural smooth, sandstone walls with PhotoToaster and used PhotoForge’s pinch and bulge feature to create the border effects.
It was cold and grey during a short trip to Boston in February – perfect for experimenting with stark and gritty black and white shots. These were all shot on iPhone 5 with either the excellent Hueless b/w app or using Hipstamatic’s Rock BW-11 film and John S lens.
One of my favourite places on earth is Telluride, Colorado, where I ski most winters. This is a selection of images shot on my iPhone 5 native app and Hipstamatic during my most recent trip in February 2013 and edited with a variety of apps, including PhotoToaster, FX PhotoStudio and PhotoForge.