Shot and edited in Adobe’s amazing little photography app ‘PS Express’ on the iPhone 4
….Right now, it’s awesome.
Paul was on the way to his opticians exam, when a tree was uprooted by extreme weather conditions and fell less than 4 feet behind him.
Paul said he feels luckily to be alive.
Pictured in the Background is the tree, just before the firebrigade arrived and tore this age old piece of Earth apart.
More and more I’m finding uses for my phone than just making calls, sending texts and browsing the web.
Being a freelance photographer usually means I have to fight for work with every other photographer out there for jobs and when if I hadn’t got access to my mail on the go I think it I would most certainly be losing out on some fantastic opportunities.
With my latest “All You Can Eat” Data Plan from the ’3 Network’ I can now shoot, edit and upload my photos straight from the iPhone to Facebook, Twitter and even this blog without the fear of mental charges I might have suffered from other Irish networks.
Now,…fair enough the photos I process are not going to be ten trillion megapixel images, but they’ll be good enough to have an album or two on Flickr and to present them online in the various locations, to which I already post (see Project Point & Shoot)
The “Big Secret” finally revealed ladies and gents,
I’m sure if I’m the first to say this but at long last, the overall difference between the two,…
ABSOLUTELY NOTHING…..Suprised!? Don’t be…if you can take a photograph, you can use either to do so. It doesn’t make a megapixel of a difference, to be honest.
First time I’d ever had to use a Canon and as an alternative to my D90 that had spazzed out on me on a job a short while ago. I’m not making enough Dollah to have that back up that most photographers are supposed to have at events so I explained the circumstances to the client (who is a long time friend of mine anyway) and he reacted with “Aah don’t worry man, use my Dads”
I panicked a little inside, as I was handed a Canon EOS 450D.
Luckily I’m particularly good at hiding it. I got hold of the camera, quickly figured out the exposure, shutter and ISO buttons and away I went.
I was pretty damn impressed with the results to be honest, and later got my D90 all fixed up.
Lesson: ‘Don’t Cheap Out on Gear, buy the Official equipment and not the cheaper supplement’
I forgot to post this a while ago.
Another bit of street photography.
I met this guy afew months ago on the bottom of liffey street beside the Hags with the Bags statue
I asked him his name and if he would mind I shot his portrait, and he replied so positively with ” Gordons my name and hey, your doin your thing and I’m doing mine, work away ” and with that I did just that.