You may not have known this, but one of the fastest growing new art forms is the taking and editing/manipulation of photographs on an iPhone; i.e. using the phone’s camera to take pictures and then edit them with software on the device. There are websites devoted to the topic, such as this one (from which the title of this post is taken).

As some readers here know, I am a committed (but amateur) photographer, and also having an iPhone I have experimented with this genre. Below is a photo taken in Castletown House, Celbridge, Co Kildare.

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2 Comments on “iPhoneography”

  1. copernicus Says:

    Though I am a computing professional with research interests in the software and hardware of hand-held devices and have a few journal papers in these areas, my pusuit is limited to using my old-fashioned mobile telephone as sparingly as practicable.

    Having said this, you may have something there, as when you move to RGU, the sites are scattered, and guessing that your office will be in that old granite building in School Hill, you may have use of this device and its functions when you visit these sites, particularly the new site at GarthDee.

  2. anna notaro Says:

    There has recently been an International Contest, see http://www.iphoneography.eu/

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