your iPhone seems to be doing just fine. Lovely shots, T.!
Thanks, M. Can't do alot of cropping, though it is amazing what a telephone can do....telephone? Do people actually use this as a telephone???That seems to me to be so last century....(I am so over the telephone thing....)
very intriguing photos, T. I am once again impressed with the quality of the iphone photography. ANd you just learn to do the cropping in the composition phase as opposed to the editing phase. Especially love the Kennedy photo. Wow. Ireland.
Tara, even better after I tell you that the Kennedy photo is in a pub!He was Irish, after all.
yes, even better. And yes, I knew he was Irish!! Catholic, even! Now THAT's Irish (but don't tell the Prods).
I'm curious: can you import them into iPhoto and muck around with them there?
Glad you got some decent weather T. And thanks for your last comment on the blog. I have got all those posts in a longhand notebook and have reserved them for some future use.
Poverty always LOOKS romantic, but I bet they'd love to give the place a good lick of paint!
Your photos paint a thousand words. They are enigmatic. I love the 3rd photo. Lots of mysteries in it.
Tara & Melinda, what I really meant was that because the iPhone camera is only 5 megapixels, you end up with a grainy photo if you do much cropping. I love to crop, so it's back to hunting for replacement parts for my beleagered Official Camera whilst I have fun with my toy iPhone camera.Rizalenio -- thanks for visiting and commenting!Cro -- good point.
I keep being astonished at how much things where you are resemble things where we are, in terms of landscape and architecture. The local white people's music also.Well, neither of us has spent any time before in this part of the U.S., nor have we hung out in Ireland.Eye-opening. Guess King James didn't create Calvert Lord Baltimore for nothing!Love, c.
Wow, you've got a nice collection of publcations there!!! :o) Great to meet you. I'm over from KG's BBQ! Looking forward to reading more of you in the future!
These photos were done via an iphone?! Wow... you definitely have a great eye, they are just amazing. Did you use any funky program to make them even better, or are they just as is? I love the framing of them too.
Jessica...glad you stopped by...hope to hear from you again!Jayne, yes, an iPhone 4, my new favorite toy, the best $200 I've ever spent. The app is called "Hipstamatic". Pretty groovy, eh? Another great one is Vintage Video. Thanks for commenting -- I love all these connections around the globe!