I shot this at one of the home centers when I was shopping for plants. One of the awesome things about shooting with the phone..it's always with you. You know what they say, the best camera is the one you have.
This was kind of a labor of love. It took much too long, and the outcome was fine, but I had hopes of it being absolutely spectacular.
Shot the same morning as "Morning Tea", I couldn't resist the light that day. I think the outcome was pretty stellar, especially given I had no clue what I was doing.
Just a shot I grabbed one morning when the light was kind of wonderful. Then I played with it for a bit in apps.
I think, if I remember right, this was shot on our trip out to Montana. I'm fairly sure we were zooming by on the highway and I was lucky to get the bit I got.
One of the hundreds and hundreds farm shots I have. I wish I could give you a long wonderful story, but I probably shot it in the car, with a quick, "Hey, slow down, wouldja?"
Old Metal Fan
We found this at a resale shop in town. I'm terrified to use it, because I figure one of the dogs will lop off a nose, but I still love the way it looks.
This is one of my favorite iPhone shots. It was nothing special when I shot it, wandering through the park before the leaves began to sprout. When I began to play with it in the apps though, I just fell in love.
This was probably an old shot from my home in Fort Wayne. I had a fence row lined with these beauties. This was one of my earliest paints using the SketchClub app. Not that that was the only app. Unfortunately, since there is still a pretty big learning curve for me, I can't say I have any way to actually tell you how it happened.
This was a paint from a bunch of images I found on the web. I used to use an app called SketchClub on the iPad along with other apps. I've recently bough Procreate and am looking forward to what I hear is amazing quality.
I made this little guy just for fun one day. I thought he was kind of adorable.
Shot on a little outing late last autumn. This was worked through a ton of apps on both the iPhone and iPad.
Shot here in Indiana. I'm sorry, that's all I know. It was autumn, does that help? Sigh.
I have been on an internet blackout for a few weeks. I still did research, but I stayed away from all things social. I tend to do two things when I'm in the sea of artists and people I love. I wander off on rabbit trails, because I want to do it all, and I compare.