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Taken on my iPhone using the ToyDigi app

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  1. Zigs1 66 months ago | reply

    P.S.: Should I get a cameraphone - what do you think? Some great stuff seems to be possible there, and, to be quite frank, I'd like to experiment myself :-)

  2. hammonday1 66 months ago | reply

    I like this shot where is this

  3. fotologic 66 months ago | reply

    Thanks for the comments folks. The photo was taken on Burnt Ash Road in Lee. There's a motorcycle shop with red painted wood and peeling vinyl lettering that seems to look better the more decrepit it gets. The 2MP camera on the iPhone is a bit rubbish actually, but applications like ToyDigi, Panorama (expensive at £5.99 but worth it) and Old Camera make it a great toy to have in your pocket. There are much better camera phones out there but what's the point in having an 8 or 10MP phone when you can take your DSLR?

  4. btting 66 months ago | reply

    real art!

  5. lillehanne 65 months ago | reply

    I am preparing a new course for my students in this days - staged fotos. For this I am making a weblog - iscenesatte-billeder.blogspot.com/ - it´s still under constrution.
    I have used the foto above for the titel. Hope yoy like the way I have changed the foto :-)

  6. fotologic 65 months ago | reply

    Looks great. How are you going to use the blog? We have a blog in school for a group of staff and students to discuss creative learning:
    creativetallisblogspot.com
    Are you coming to BETT in January?

  7. lillehanne 64 months ago | reply

    No - I was not at BETT - I am working, working and working :-)

    Our blog iscenesatte billeder in english "staged photos" is used for a project. I have tried to translate some of the danish description:

    Through the spring of 2009 Dorte Rizzi and I, Hanne Søgaard, both employees at University College South, Denmark, are working with staged pictures along with the students.

    Both during the process and in the presentations we will as far as possible use web 2.0 technologies: blogs, flickr, etc.

    On the blog, we will post inspiration material, links, manuals, tasks, etc. We will use labels that correspond to these categories.

    Everyone, including those not participating in the courses can comment on the blog posts and they are welcome. We will love it.

    In the flickr group staged pictures - process the participants post photos in process and comments on these. Their final product will be placed in the group staged images - exhibition.

  8. fotologic 64 months ago | reply

    What a brilliant project. I will put a link to your blog on ours and write a post about it. Maybe some of our students will leave comments on your blog? I'm fascinated to see how the work progresses. Have you come across the online journal creation tool scrapblog.com? It's very good. Our other current favourite Web 2.0 tool is bubble.us which helps students create collaborative mindmaps. Good luck!

  9. lillehanne 62 months ago | reply

    I think you are going to be my best friend on the net :-) I have just used the recommended programs. Oh... just what I need for my lessions at the last course. My students worked among others with Microsoft Movie Maker and images from flickr and one of my old videos, some are postet to this blog.

  10. adjustafresh 54 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Wirdee, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  11. mikayla_1234 51 months ago | reply

    word art. Get it?

  12. jessefoxart 46 months ago | reply

    Love it! The peeling adds such a wonderful element-- very nice tones as well.

  13. Jaimillo 41 months ago | reply

    I love art, and I love this photo.

  14. b i t a m i n e 39 months ago | reply

    gorgeous, increíble, incrivel!!

  15. I, the Walrus 29 months ago | reply

    This is so cool!

  16. ace_bonita 26 months ago | reply

    simple, subtle, nice.

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