With the iPhone in hand and instant connectivity to the inter webs, it seems like files from the larger toys get archived and forgotten for a while. I noticed this trend taking place personally on my trip to the ice caves and recently to DC to capture the cherry blossoms.
Perfect example, the grid below is just a sample of what I processed and shared on Instagram and Facebook that I took and processed with the iPhone. Granted, your not going to do a wall size print and plaster one of these files on a billboard with any kind of resolution, but the image quality still amazes me….and these are sized down.
Without a doubt, these little handheld devices are game changers!
I knew were heading in a few days past peak and unfortunately a couple days past a rain filled and windy day (these little blossoms are pretty fragile!), but I still had high hopes.
My little travel companion for the trip couldn’t make the trip till the weekend, so we knew it was going to be a challenge to at least find SOME remains of the event. Lucky for her (and me!),we found a few trees that were holding on, seemingly just for us to arrive and enjoy 🙂
After I processed this one, I had a few areas in the sky that had this “funky” kinda tone going on that I didn’t like and wanted to get rid of. I worked on it and share my process it this weeks video below! I also give you a sneak peak at a couple of other images I have yet to release here.
Check it out and let me know what you think!
Quick Tip Tuesday – Using the Targeted Adjustment Tool in Photoshop CC
There are quite a few ways to adjust color and tone in your images, but I explore one of them that I have been using a little lately thanks to a tip from RC Concepcion 🙂
Or watch the video here!
And check out RC’s HDR book here!
Any questions at all?
Let me know in the comments!