Sunday, September 11, 2011

iPhoneography Mission #2

iPhoneography Mission #2
Minimize the Horizon
I shot most of these either from my backyard or at the beach. I really wish I had been on vacation in Kansas for this mission as there I would have 360° view of sky, with a dilapidated farm or rusty windmill thrown in. I could really get some amazing "minimize the horizon" shots in the Midwest. It's more difficult in suburbia!
But, these challenges are about finding your inspiration around you at the time. So, without further ado...
Sun Flare Palm
Lens: Kaimal Mark II
Film: Big Up

Sunrise Over Suburbia, Day 1
Shot with the native camera
Processing: None


Sunrise Over Suburbia, Day 2

Shot straight from the native camera
Processing: None


Through a Morning Dream
Shot with the native camera
Processing: Photoshop

Days Out
Shot with the native camera
Processing: Perfectly Clear and PS Express

On the Boards
Lens: Jimmy
Film: Cano Cafenol

Peering Pier
Lens: Jimmy
Film: Cano Cafenol

The first two missions so far have been quite the challenge! I'm looking forward to the next one and here it is:

Mission #3: Find jagged edges or points of intersection.

Ooh...sounds fun! Can't wait to see what everyone comes up with! Happy shooting!  

3 comments:

Nichole Renee said...

Ooh! Love what you captured! "Through a Morning Dream" is my favorite! So misty and cool!

This week's mission sounds awesome! Can't wait to look for those jagged edges!!

phoebe said...

I'd say you did quite well in suburbia. I love all of these.

Alex said...

You minimize the horizon quite well. I really liked Days Out. I love fluffy clouds.