Ya, I know they aren’t real wet plate tintypes. But it’s still fun. Both portraits taken with iPhone 13 Pro Max, using Tintype app.
I was outside the Art Gallery of Ontario recently, and saw some interesting reflections. I took a few images with my iPhone and straightened the perspective to some degree. But I do like the crooked look.
Having Fun With the Tintype App
I do shoot digital as well as film, and also like shooting with my iPhone! (I am no purist!!). And on the iPhone I do enjoy the Tintype app, among others. I took this image near Tobermory earlier this year.
Out With My iPhone
Wide Angle iPhone
I admit it; I am a sucker for wide-angle black and white images. And while most o my work of this kind is done with film cameras, I do like the ultra wide-angle lens on my iPhone 11 Pro Max. These are some recent images … Continue reading Wide Angle iPhone
Lo-Fi iPhone Photography
I’m having fun working on one project right now, a lo-fi iPhone project capturing the experience of my daily commute to and from work on the TTC (Toronto Transit Commission). I go the work early, and am normally on the subway by about 6:20 a.m. At that time of day, one does not see the rich latte drinkers, or other privileged classes of Toronto that for so many people form their only impression of the city. One sees the working class, an awful lot of diversity, and often, sheer fatigue, which I tried to capture in the photo below, taken with the iPhone 3GS camera, then given a vintage, lo-fi effect which I feel was ideally suited for the mood.