Interstitial 105-108: iPhone Series

I was home sick most of this week and didn’t feel like using the camera and spending the time to review, edit, and post each day. Instead, I used my camera phone and posted directly to tookapic.com. It was my first time using the filter feature on the iPhone camera, and the photos turned out more interesting than I expected. I really like them!

Interstitial 105: Window Light. Sick in bed; happy for the light that comes through the window.
Interstitial 105: Window Light
Interstitial 106: Dreamscape. Making use of the iPhone’s camera features for an interesting shot. The “process” filter creates a dreamy effect. I rather like it!
Interstitial 106: Dreamscape
Interstitial 107: Hey. Driving home I saw a pocket of fog up ahead so I drove past my street and pulled over to investigate. The trees in the background on the left are part of the Scouter Mountain Nature Park I often visit. You have to pass this field to get there and are sometimes greeted by horses.
Interstitial 107: Hey
Interstitial 108: Blooming Barberry. The barberry bush buds are opening and there’s so many more tiny leaves!
Interstitial 108: Blooming Barberry
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Interstitial 95: I Love My Oregon

If I lived anywhere else in the world, it would have to be in a lush valley where the forest is every which way, mountains are plentiful, and farmland extends for miles; where the ocean, desert, canyons, and lava fields are a short drive away; where every season can be experienced.

 

Interstitial 39: Pink Hour

Today was one of those days. I took about 200 photos, mainly trying to get a shot of something pictured in my mind. It did not work out. That’s how I learn – try to figure out why it didn’t work and how to make it work next time – so while it’s frustrating, it’s merely a growing pain.

I’m surprised by the pink hue. This image is direct from the camera, shot in sRGB, and no editing. It was raining and about 4:30 pm. For locals, you can see this shed on the right side of the road up to Scouters Mountain Nature Park.