I love shooting landscape images, mostly. I live in a very scenic area at the southern tip of Georgian Bay where all I have to do is drive for about an hour in any direction and I can capture the essence of many types of geological land formations. We may not have the Rocky Mountains, but there are lighthouses, waterfalls, rivers, drumlins, meadows, and wooded areas galore. The technological advancements of the iPhone as it evolves is bridging the gap between mobile photography and conventional DSLR photography. As time passes, I find myself editing my iPhone photos to be more like my Canon images, and I must say, there have been times when folks will ask which camera I used out of the two.
Ice Covered Landscape, taken with vividHDR. iPhone 6s.
Southampton Beach in the Spring, taken with SlowShutter Cam. iPhone 6s.
Owen Sound Harbour, taken with SlowShutter Cam. iPhone 6s.
Early signs of Autumn
Edited with Polarr Photo Editor
Sydenham River, taken with SlowShutter Cam, edited in Photos. iPhone 6s.
St. George’s Church, taken with ProCamera 9. iPhone 6s.
Flowers but the Bay, taken with Camera+ edited in Lumibee on iPhone 6s
Sauble Falls in Autumn, taken with SlowShutter Cam. iPhone 6s.
Behind my parents’ place near Hepworth, Ontario, edited in Snapseed
Leith Sunset, taken with Camera+, iPhone 6s
Nearing the end of the Season
Meaford Shoreline, Camera+, iPhone 6s
A bit of colour in a mundane world.
An Old Chevy at my family’s homestead, Camera+, edited in Photos, iPhone 6s
Down by the Bayshore Community Centre, edited in Tadaa
At Hibou Park along the eastern shore of Georgian Bay, no edit.
Reflection at Harrison Park. Edited in Snapseed. iPhone 5s.
Our Venza taken one night at work, Camera+ which produces no noise at low ISO, iPhone 6s
Just another sky.
After the Sunset, Camera+ and iPhone 6s
Sunset at Leith, Camera+, iPhone 6s
30 Second Exposure, low ISO, taken with Camera+ and converted to black and white, iPhone 6s
Cedar Rail Fence