I have received several requests that I post more iPhone photography related material. Here is a start, with some iPhone photos I have taken this year.
This photo is one of those images that captures everyday life; I shot it as I walked across the front porch, and entered the house. It tells a colorful visual story in a single image.
This was one of what became a series of car logo macros, processed to bring out the reflections in the chrome, and enhance the color and contrast.
This street shot of crystal stemware in a shop window produces a high contrast image with interesting texture and color when processed. One of my more interesting iPhone photos of the year, and one I plan to try printing at some point.
The patterns that the sun created on these bedroom curtains, as it shone through a double hung window formed a dynamic image that called out to be shot.
This macro of the inside of a poppy, as a bee was pollenating it, is one of the most dynamic and colorful iPhone photos I have shot this year.
There is nothing unique about this macro of wildflowers, but the color, composition, and mood still put this image on the short list of my 2012 iPhone photos.
The view from my hotel room window in Tuscany this summer. Too striking to pass up.
A walk by shooting, of a picturesque diner in Maine.
Simple abstract of a swimming pool. But very satisfying.
Something of a tribute to Andrew Wyeth. Its pretty amazing that phones can make this kind of evocative images these days.
An experiment in taking an image to the edge of recognizability. You decide if it results in a successful image.
Night shot of the Cologne Cathedral during Photokina. This is shot with the iPhone 4S, without the improved low light capabilities of the iPhone 5.
Again, an evocative image edited to enhance that feeling, from an iPhone; shot in the back yard.
My low key iPhone shot of the year. When our after dinner espresso arrived in bright red cups, on the black tablecloth, it demanded I pull out the iPhone, and take a shot.
A shot at the local art theater, from their roof overhang. The mood and the rain against the clouds kept this image in the series.
Let me know which of these images work for you, and why.