I shot this one with my iPhone a couple weekends ago in Big Sur, CA. There were many calla lilies growing in the wild, but this one caught my attention. I immediately noticed that the quality of light hitting the flower, along with the lack of light on the stuff behind it, was going to give me something special. I knew right away that this was going to be a low key type of edit, and I’m happy with how it turned out.
I used Snapseed and Romantic Photo on the edit. Then I used ImageBlender to reduce the opacity of the Romatic Photo filter because there was a little too much glow for my taste.
2014 –> 2015
I was hoping to ask you all some questions at the end of 2014, but I think we were all focused on the holidays, because my first post (since removed) was mostly ignored. Anyways, lets try this again!
I thought it would be useful for us to reflect on 2014 and share what the best iPhone photography tip was that you received. Was it something to do with editing? Shooting? Experimenting? Let me know in the comments.
Also, what is it that you want to learn about photography or iPhone photography this year? What are your photography goals for 2015? How can I help you reach them?
I’m going to have a few new avenues for teaching you this year. Stay tuned!