365 day project Days 9-14

Oops! I have been doing my 365 day project, I just hadn't updated on here because I was just never on my computer when I needed to be! I won't upload the whole next 12 days, but will do 5 now and the next lot in another few days!

Day 9/365

IPhone 6+
Apps used:
SKRWT
Perfectly Clear
Brushstroke
My Sketch
Juxtaposer

 Moorabool Valley Chocolates Cafe at 320 Ballarat Road Batesford

Moorabool Valley Chocolates Cafe at 320 Ballarat Road Batesford

Day 10/365

iPhone 6+
Apps used:
ProCamera to shoot
Juxtaposer to combine 2 images (best ones of each cat)
VSCOcam for colour and grain
Snapseed for refining and frame

 Jezebel and Kelly

Jezebel and Kelly

Day 11/365

iPhone 6+
Apps:
CameraPro for HDR shooting
Provoke for b&w
Snapseed for toning and finishing

 Abandoned train signals outside old cement works

Abandoned train signals outside old cement works

Day 12/365

iPhone 6+
Apps:
Perfectly Clear
Snapseed
ReTouch to get rid of distracting stuff in corner

 If you're a cat-hater you may not really be in the right place here! I went on a bit of a cat spree!

If you're a cat-hater you may not really be in the right place here! I went on a bit of a cat spree!

Day 13/365

IPhone 6+
Snapseed
Stackables
Monovu
Superimpose

 Neighbour's psycho cat. There may still be a few more cat photos to come...sorry lol!

Neighbour's psycho cat. There may still be a few more cat photos to come...sorry lol!

Day 14/365

iPhone 6+
SimplyB&W

 Jezebel and MiniKitty (legs). This is the end of cat photos for at least a week ;D

Jezebel and MiniKitty (legs). This is the end of cat photos for at least a week ;D


Day 8/365

It's Summer in Australia and the fields are golden with hay. Many of our country lands are bordered with old stone walls, originally built by convicts. I just love the atmosphere of history.

With images like this I love to create a couple of different renders and then blend them together. This one has two different renders; one created to look like a painting and the other a sketch. I then blended then together with the sketched one just barely showing through, just to give it a slight bit of definition.

 The colours of Australia in Summer

The colours of Australia in Summer

iPhone 6+

Snapseed
Impresso
PencilFX
Juxtaposer

Day 7/365

A week gone already! I'm loving this challenge. I'm finding that I'm starting to see patterns to my shooting and the things that catch my eye and imagination. I can see that there's a recurring motif relating to solitude and aloneness, which I find interesting as there are definitely elements of me in there. It'll be interesting to see where this goes by day 365!

 Lone tree. Photographed on a back road heading towards Steiglitz, Victoria.

Lone tree. Photographed on a back road heading towards Steiglitz, Victoria.

iPhone 6+

Snapseed
SimplyB&W
Wood Camera
MonoVu
Mextures

Day 2/365

I just love photographing flowers; their texture and shape really appeals to me. I bought this one from The Red Poppy on Pakington St, Geelong West. I have no idea what flower it is and the woman who served me said she knew most of them that came through but not this one! So if you know what it is, please leave a comment!

 Unknown flower

Unknown flower

iPhone 6+

Apps used:
Snapseed
Wood Camera
Mextures

365 Project - Day 1/365

I'm starting a 365 day mobile photography project to see where it will take me. I've become obsessed lately with creating images on my iPhone; it's so much fun and really challenges the way I see and create images.

My goal is to celebrate the things that make Geelong unique and special; to find those things that most of us who live here go past everyday without paying any attention to. There's a lot to love in this strange little city and I'm sure I can find at least a few of them! (Plus cats...coming from me there has to be at least a few cats photos included in this project - my apologies in advance to any non catlovers!)

 Lookout at Gaylard Avenue, Newtown, Geelong

Lookout at Gaylard Avenue, Newtown, Geelong

Taken on the iPhone 6+, using the wide angle Moment Lens attachment from momentlens.co

Apps used:
vividHDR to shoot
Provoke for b&w conversion
Retouch
Snapseed for frame