Today is "I" as in #Iceland and iphoneography ;) One of the most impressive #waterfalls there is #Skogafoss that's usually crowded with people. I removed all but one using #Pixelmator. Oh yes, and I dedicate this one to @amir.ag - Check out his feed full of stunning Iceland photos!
Today we have "G" as in #Germany in the "One shot per spot" #gallery. I'm sure you all know this landmark, the Brandenburger Gate, in #Berlin. A #bluehour shot I took last year.
Next in my "One shot per spot" #gallery is "F" as in #France. This one is an old shot back from 2012. I made it after I found Superimpose App and showcased how I made it in an iPhone photography session during a photography session for bloggers. Interested? Link is in the Bio
Next letter in my #gallery is "F". And this photo of the "one shot per spot gallery" is from #Finnland. Check out the blog post about the abandoned houses in #Kruunuvuori. Link is in the bio
Next is one more "C" in my one shot per spot #gallery. We had Albania, Austria, Belarus, Bulgaria, Croatia and now here's a shot from the #Czech Republic and the beautiful #bohemian#forest.
Next letter is "C" as in #Croatia for my "One shot per spot" #gallery. Here, in #Zagreb, I visited an old cemetery. The entrance hall was overgrown. It looked just awesome.
Continuing the "One shot per spot" #gallery. Next letter is B" for #Bulgaria and a #bluehour photo of Alexander Nevsky Church. Here I first tried the low light modes of ProCamera App with iPhone. Photo polished using Adobe Lightroom Mobile.
The "one shot per spot" gallery continues. After Albania and Austria comes "B" as in #Belarus and the Victory Square in #Minsk. Shot on iPhone using @procamera_app Low Light Mode and developed in Adobe Lightroom Mobile.
Continuing the "One shot per spot" series. Yesterday we had "A" for Albania. What's next? Right! Another "A" for #Austria, my home country :) A shot of the beautiful lake AltAussee (starts with "A", too ;)
I gave my travel iPhone photography website a little facelift (Link in the Bio) and I'm building a "One Shot per Spot" gallery to showcase what kind of photos you can take with an iPhone. Here's the first one: A re-edit of Tanner's bridge in Tirana, #Albania
It's been a while since I've been to #lasvegas. Back then, there was a cool app that allowed me to take panoramas consisting of 2 photos in two rows. I used that quite often as "fake" wide angle lens. Since then, the app was discontinued. Anyone knows of a similar app?
We had a heavy #thunderstorm yesterday. I tried to capture a lightning bolt with Slow Shutter Cam App and iPhone. Not yet perfect, but not bad for a first attempt.