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Cabin and Gristmill

Posted by
Barbara Kile (Ft. Worth, United States) on 6 March 2011 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

iPhone capture. A different look for me, but this iP4 frenzy has me trying lots of things - because it's with me ALL the time! I even have a battery back up with me ready to attach at a moment's notice!

Captured as a tripod mounted HDRPro and processed in Photo Forge. I then overlaid one of MY textures (sized for the iPhone and in one of my library folders) and blended in Iris.

Captured at the Log Cabin Village in Fort Worth.

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Japanalia from Yokohama, Japan

It appeals to me greatly just because it looks like a painting! And that you can turn a photo into something that looks so ARTISTIC....is a thing of wonder! You ARE a DIGITAL MASTER!

6 Mar 2011 6:23am

houshang from hamaedan, Iran

Hi. If it is not taken on board editing is excellent. enjoyed

6 Mar 2011 7:44am

Nigel from Avening, United Kingdom

Amazing result !

6 Mar 2011 8:40am

Tomas Turecek from Czech Republic

Amazing result, Barbara! You really mastered your iPhone and all the apps. Perhaps it could be a bit brighter but otherwise it's perfect. Great light also.

6 Mar 2011 10:56am

Anita from West Nottingham, United States

Wonderful! Outstanding work. Love the processing with the light at just the right place.

6 Mar 2011 1:17pm

marc battault from clermont ferrand, France

wonderful post traitement ,barbara , i like it !!
five stars !

6 Mar 2011 2:32pm

Barbara Lee from Oakland, United States

OMG!!! This is just simply gorgeous, Barbara! I love the treatment here...so painterly. Yes, I might paint in a bit of light here and there also. I just got an iPhone and have not yet really figured out the camera. Did you put your phone on a tripod??? Where did you get a battery back up?? What size do the textures need to be to work here? I have a ton of questions! Sorry to pepper you with them all! I shall look online for tutorials. Keep up tour great work. You ARE a digital master!

6 Mar 2011 3:37pm

@Barbara Lee: Yes, this was tripod mounted. Holder available here:http://www.iphone-tripodholder.com/ You will need to screw this onto a camera plate that will then slide right into any arca-swiss tripod head. I had an old plate laying around from Kirk. My battery backup is here: http://richardsolo.com/richardsolo1800withcable.aspx I use the one with the cable. Another option some use is here: http://www.mophie.com/mophie-juice-pack-air-iPhone-4-battery-case-p/1145_jpaxp4.htm?gclid=CJLw0sfUxaYCFSJ0gwodNDhUHA The texture size needs to be 2560 on the longest side. Create an action to save in a special folder for iP use @72 res. I send my stuff to iPhoto and sync from there, but other ways to do it. Thanks, and ask questions anytime!

✿ Anina ✿ from Auckland, New Zealand

Oh wow! This is simply stunning! I love it! The fact that you did it with your iPhone is amazing. And the post processing is PERFECT of course. Very well done

6 Mar 2011 6:07pm

john4jack from Corvallis, Oregon, United States

exquisite. bravo

6 Mar 2011 10:36pm

DULCIE from Danville, CA, United States

A beautiful complicated result. An iphone mounted on a tripod? Hmmm, how do you do that?
A back-up battery...now there's another good idea. A beautiful shot. Good creative work.

6 Mar 2011 11:02pm

@DULCIE: Thanks, Dulcie - see response to Barbara above.

Ralph Jones from Detroit, United States

Beautiful image, would make a great book jacket.

7 Mar 2011 2:28am

Barbara Lee from Oakland, United States

Thanks for all the info! I'll check it out!!

7 Mar 2011 5:18am

Elaine Hancock from Rockville, United States

It looks like an oil painting! Beautiful!

7 Mar 2011 12:37pm

Guido from Heusden-Zolder, Belgium

Very, very nice work Barbara!

13 Mar 2011 8:57pm

Maggy from Liège, Belgium


23 Mar 2011 2:23pm

John Barclay from Chalfont, United States

Huh? This isn't a flower! :)

4 May 2011 12:52pm