While camping this weekend we took a side trip up to Sturgeon Point Lighthouse, just North of Harrisville, MI. I took this shot from the shore and tweaked it with Snapseed and Dynamic Light.
I was driving home from my last call in Fairview and was taking in the rural beauty. The sky was a deep blue and filled with beautiful puffy, cotton-like clouds, all hovering over a field of corn; a typical rural skyline in Michigan’s “Thumb”. I couldn’t resist, I stopped the truck, rolled down the window, and captured the scene with my iPhone 4S.
While waiting for our pizza, Amanda and I took a stroll down by the Cass River in Bridgeport
While working in Columbiaville, I caught the city workers flushing the hydrant, spraying a fountain high in the air. I’m sure if school was not in session, there would have been children dancing in the spray. I shot this with my iPhone and processed in Snapseed and Dynamic Light.
Driving through the Thumb area, I came across this old gas station. I remember my grandma calling them “filling stations”. I had to pull over and shoot it. Shot with my iPhone 4S.
I love the architecture of these old buildings, the workmanship shows so much attention to detail. This was processed in Snapseed as a sepia tone. This old City Hall building is being renovated. Glad it’s being preserved and not demolished.
I was working in Saginaw today, and when I stopped for lunch I took this picture of the Castle Museum in downtown Saginaw. Once again, I used Snapseed and dynamic light and postprocessing this photo to add special effects that I believe enhance the photo from its original.
Work Bench, shot with iPhone 4S and processed in Dynamic Light and Snapseed for the “grunge” effect, which I think fits nicely with this scene.
I like the way the Grunge effect in Snapseed, interacts with the brass of the trumpet and the wood.grain of the floor. Shot with iPhone 4s, processed in Dynamic Light and Snapseed. There are so many great aps to enhance the awesome photos taken with the iPhone.