“Crepe Myrtle and Shadows”

Apple iphone 4 shot within Instagram & processed within Camera+

I’m having so much fun shooting with the iphone and Instagram that I plan on posting more images to my blog from my work with the iphone4 camera.

I only post iphone photos to my Instagram feed. Most days the images are posted shortly after I shoot them.

You can follow my feed on Instagram @themindfuleye. I post an average of two shots a day.

Read my article “Instagram is Ruining Photography” here.

This entry was written by Craig , posted on Wednesday November 28 2012at 10:11 am , filed under Instagram, Savannah, iphone photography and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink . Post a comment below or leave a trackback: Trackback URL.

7 Responses to ““Crepe Myrtle and Shadows””

  • groverstudio says:

    Interesting how much more variation in the shadow color there was when I saw this on my phone…much more coolish versus warmish.

  • Craig says:

    Hey John,

    Thanks for stopping by…. good observation …. its always interesting to me to open these up and view them large after having shot and processed them on the tiny LCD of the phone….Craig

  • tonebytone says:

    I’m intrigued in the subtle transitions from warmish to coolish in this mostly monochrome image. I also like how the subjects repeated shadows of themselves. Love the diagonal sweeps, too. Wonderful image.


  • Craig says:

    Thank you Flo…. one of my favorite things about this image is the harmony of color that naturally exists in the scene…. the other thing I like about this shot is the appearance that the implied line of movement from my shadow cross hatches (opposses) the diagonal of the direction of the light….Craig

  • craigtk1 says:

    Intriguing image. Is there an iphone / Instagram workshop in the future?


  • Craig says:

    Hey Craig,

    Thank you for being here….and yes… I am planning on teaching several iphone based, 3 day weekend workshops next year. I will be announcing the dates in the next week or so…..Craig

  • tonebytone says:

    LOL, guess I’d better go get an iPhone! I presume just any ole DSLR or micro 3/4ths or whatever won’t work!

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