Always fun returning to your alma mater to practice your i-Phone photography!

I used the editing tools native to the iPhone and ReTouch app (this is becoming my favorite editing app) .




4 thoughts on “I-Phone Photo Challenge–Photos

  1. Hi,
    These are great photos. I am always trying to improve my blog photography and have blogged about it often. Are there tricks to getting great photos like these? I also have an iPhone. I liked the rocks but my favorite was under the branch of the tree.

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    1. I am careful about using the phone’s exposure settings. If you hold down in the exposure it will set focus, then you can move it around while keeping the focus. Keeping it steady is sometimes a challenge. I purchased an adapter for my tripod, but most of the time I just hold the phone myself. I find that if I exhale slowly before I take the shot it helps. I have a few posts on editing tools. My favorites so far are Touch ReTouch and PhotoToaster. The tools native to the iPhone are also very good.

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