iPhone images from the iPhonegraphy Workshop

The enthusiastic group of iPhoneographers at the workshop this weekend helped make it a great deal of fun. Here are a few of the images I created during workshop field sessions, and processed using my iPhone during the workshop as part of in-class app demonstrations.

Tracks © Harold Davis

Tracks © Harold Davis

The image (above) of the railroad tracks that cut between Berkeley and the I80 corridor (and the San Francisco Bay) was processed in the MobileMonet app.

The image (below) of the snake at Berkeley’s Vivarium was processed in Waterlogue. I then blended the original (the upper part) with the Waterlogue version (the lower part) using a layer mask and the gradient tool in Leonardo. The image was finished using Snapseed, by adding a black border with rounded corners.

Snake © Harold Davis

Snake © Harold Davis

I don’t really remember how I did the raccoon image below. The original photo was of a painting on the side of a truck. I am pretty sure Plastic Bullet, Lo-Mob, and Prisma were involved. As one of the workshop participants pointed out, someone really should write an app that helps people keep track of their iPhone post-production workflow, the apps used and the settings within each app. Writing these recipes down the old-fashioned way with pen and paper seems so, well, old-fashioned!

Raccoon Face © Harold Davis

Raccoon Face © Harold Davis

This entry was posted in iPhone, Workshops.

3 Comments

  1. Ron Paris January 31, 2017 at 1:55 pm #

    Harold,
    So when can we expect you to publish a book on iPhone photography, surely there is a call for such a book from someone with your talent!

  2. Ron Paris January 31, 2017 at 1:56 pm #

    Harold,
    I think the time has come for a book on this topic!

  3. Harold Davis January 31, 2017 at 2:09 pm #

    Thanks Ron! I am working on it….

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