Here’s my weekly roundup, catching up on the past week’s images created on my iPhone as a part of my 365 project.
Day 117: Stairs into the Deep
All along Alki Beach in West Seattle you’ll see random staircases. When the tide is out far enough you can use the stairs to get to the beach area and walk about. This particular area is closer to the point where there’s not a lot of beach area, but a lot of rocks.
iPhone5s | Hipstamatic
Day 118: Seagull
Now if you’ve been to the beach you know these fellas love a snack and are also shy. Most often when you try to get close enough to them to take a photo, they’ve move away. I took a few here, with him looking at me, looking away and a full profile. This is my fave.
iPhone5s | vscocam | mextures
Day 119: Tree: a Black Hole
This was a fun edit. I took this image of some trees in the neighbourhood and used the Tiny Planet app to twist things about. From there on to vscocam and snapseed for some final edits.
iPhone5s | Tiny Planet | vscocam | snapseed
Day 120: Dandelion, V3
I recently did a blog post, on how I use the Mextures app in my workflow. This edit was completely done with Mextures. Check out that post for how I did it!
iPhone5s | mextures
Day 121: Bridge
At Jack Block Park you can see some great Seattle skyline views. Walk across this bridge for a lower view, go up top for a slightly different angle. I love the simplicity of this angle and the lines, leading you away.
iPhone5s | vscocam
Day 122: Lamppost
I’m always suggesting to folks that they change their perspective when creating images. This is the Tashiro-Kaplan building in the ID, near downtown, on Thursday of last week. I was checking out the Michael Kenna exhibition at G. Gibson Gallery and had gone outside to wait for some friends. Looking up I saw this. Love the whispy clouds and the framing of those clouds by the building and lamp post.
iPhone5s | vscocam
Day 123: lady liberty
This past weekend was filled with some record breaking days of rain. Yes, we get a fair amount of rain, but this was more than usual. This was taken on one of the rare breaks of droplets hitting the ground, with Hipstamatic. I used vscocam and mextures to add just a bit more colour and mood.
iPhone5s | Hipstamatic | vscocam | mextures
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if you find something you like and would be interested in purchasing a print, you can!
Check out the entire year here: iPhone 365 2014.
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