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EXPLORED Jun 27, 2010 #25.

Photogene, Juxtaposer, picfx

Venice Italy

 

Leica M7/Fuji Velvia

 

All rights reserved - Copyright 2012© Henri Louis Hirschfeld

All images are exclusive property and may not be copied, downloaded, reproduced, transmitted, manipulated or used in any way without expressed, written permission of the photographer.

iPhone 4

 

Editing: Photogene, PictureShow, PS Mobile

shot and processed all with iphone 3gs

We get very little fog around here. I've always found this view very charming. So when the fog settled in , I wanted to see if I could get a shot. I used Snapseed, Photogene, Handy Photo and Photo Toaster.

Not the clearest of images as taken from the train into Oxford today. Quite a lot of the fields, meadow and allotments are flooded!

 

(This image given the magic touch.)

 

Keep safe and dry all ... Catching up xxx

View Looking up from the street.

JW Marriott & Ritz-Carlton Hotels at L.A. Live in Los Angeles CA

 

All rights reserved - Copyright 2012© Henri Louis Hirschfeld

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The National War Memorial (also known as The Response), is a tall granite cenotaph with acreted bronze sculptures, that stands in Confederation Square, Ottawa, and serves as the federal war memorial for Canada.

 

Originally built to commemorate the First World War, in 1982 it was rededicated to include the Second World War and the Korean War. In 2000, the Canadian Tomb of the Unknown Soldier was added to the memorial site and symbolizes the sacrifice made by every Canadian who has died or may yet die for their country.

 

Unveiled by King George VI

 

This is the "cool" filter in Photogene. Not sure if it's quite monochrome?

An extra soft day down by the sea! This one was shot using a slow shutter app for iphone. Processed with mextures, photogene, XnviewFX, superimpose and stackables,,,ICM

The parent organization of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery is the Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, founded in 1862. It is one of the oldest public arts institutions in the United States. In 1890, Buffalo entrepreneur and philanthropist, John J. Albright, a wealthy Buffalo industrialist, began the construction of the Albright Art Gallery for the Academy. The building was designed by prominent local architect Edward Brodhead Green. It was originally intended to be used as the Fine Arts Pavilion for the Pan-American Exposition in 1901, but delays in its construction caused it to remain uncompleted until 1905.

 

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Explored Apr 29, 2010

Highest position: #11 on Saturday, May 1, 2010

 

Thanks everyone!

 

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This photo is in “The MMS Gallery” exhibition / Jul 2010 / Philadelphia PA, USA

 

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This photo is in the Top 100 in the International "i.Phoneography" Contest and will be published in the Official Book of the Contest / Sept 2010 / Italy

www.iphoneography.eu

 

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This photo is in the Top 40 in the International "i.Phoneography" Contest and will be in exhibition at the Sixth Edition of the Contemporary Art Day organized by the AMACI [Association of the Italian Contemporary Art Museums] / Galleria Fiaf Arteaparte / 9 Oct 2010 / Italy

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This photo is in the "2011 ActionAid Calendar"

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This photo is in the "I.PHONEOGRAPHY BOOK | International iPhone photography contest Catalog"

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This photo is in the "Camera Phone Photography: 18 Excellent Examples"

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Taken and processed with iPhone.

Copyright © 2010 Mauro Ballabeni - All rights reserved.

 

Any unauthorized copying, reproduction, distribution or other use of this copyrighted work is forbidden. If you'd like to use this image, just send a request via email.

 

[ iPhoneography | illustration | graphic design ]

Pizzomunno beach on the Gargano Promontory, Vieste has received Blue Flags for the purity of its waters from the Foundation for Environmental Education. The communal territory is included in the Gargano National Park.

Puglia Italy

  

All rights reserved - Copyright 2012© Henri Louis Hirschfeld

All images are exclusive property and may not be copied, downloaded, reproduced, transmitted, manipulated or used in any way without expressed, written permission of the photographer.

"Perception is created and twisted so quickly."-- Louis C. K.

Taken and edited with my iPhone.

Explored #38.

iPhone 4

 

Editing: Photogene, ProHDR, ArtistaOil

 

Just messing with the Artista app again....I really do like what it can do.

I was wondering whether to use Manual or Creative Mode? My wife gets annoyed as I stop frequently especially with my new camera. :-)

Dearborn Station was the oldest of the six intercity train stations serving downtown Chicago during the heyday of rail in the twentieth century. Additionally, the station was used as a terminal for commuter traffic. Located at Dearborn and Polk Streets, it was also referred to as Polk Street Station. The station was owned by the Chicago and Western Indiana Railroad, which itself was owned by the companies operating over its line.

iPhone 4

 

Editing: Photogene, ProHDR

Colors on the artists worktable at a ceramic studio in Grottaglie Puglia Italy.

 

In modern times, the ceramic art of Grottaglie has far surpassed it's post-medieval success. The ceramics of Grottaglie are narrowed down to that which is produced for the home and that which is produced for display. Each type is unique in it's own way and for this reason, Grottaglie heads the list of 28 different cities in Italy renowned for their advances and contributions to ceramic art.

 

All rights reserved. Copyright 2012 © Henri Hirschfeld. All my images are protected under international authors copyright laws and may not be downloaded, reproduced, copied, transmitted or manipulated without my written explicit permission. All rights reserved - Copyright 2012 © Henri Hirschfeld

©Joanne Mariol 2014

 

iPhone 4s + Snapseed + Photogene + DistressedFX

 

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I Have to be honest, i'm not too keen on this image - I think it's quite grey with a bit too much motion and not enough detail.

Taken with iPhone 3GS B&W Camera. sharpened with PhotoForge and cropped with Photogene.

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The National War Memorial (also known as The Response), is a tall granite cenotaph with acreted bronze sculptures, that stands in Confederation Square, Ottawa, and serves as the federal war memorial for Canada.

Originally built to commemorate the First World War, in 1982 it was rededicated to include the Second World War and the Korean War. In 2000, the Canadian Tomb of the Unknown Soldier was added to the memorial site and symbolizes the sacrifice made by every Canadian who has died or may yet die for their country.

Unveiled by King George VI

Parliament in the backdrop

©Joanne Mariol 2014

 

iPod Touch + Snapseed + photogene + photoforge2

 

Read the story behind this image on my blog: bit.ly/1khL6Sd

 

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Taken with Olympus E-PL1

Edited on iPad:

Photo fx Ultra

Masque

Photogene

This is a new edit of a photo from last spring (original linked in comments). Taken on my iPhone 5 from the safety of an apartment window, using a tripod and the app iLightningCam. Re-edited in Photogene to change the overall color look from purple to blue.

iPhone + Photogene + MillColour

Explored 2009-12-29 #468

My re-edit of the photo of the week from the fotogriPhone *EDITING LAB* group

 

Original photo by tosaxx

Apps used: TiltShift, PhotoGene, BlurFX, PictureShow, & PhotoStudio (I think, to be honest I lost track)!

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fotogriPhone: PIC OF THE DAY award

2010-07-05

 

Thanks fotogriPhone!

  

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Taken and processed with iPhone [no Photoshop was used].

Copyright © 2010 Mauro Ballabeni - All rights reserved.

 

Any unauthorized copying, reproduction, distribution or other use of this copyrighted work is forbidden. If you'd like to use this image, just send a request via email.

 

[ iPhoneography | illustration | graphic design ]

iPhone 4

 

Editing: Photogene, Iris, PicGrunger

 

It was very foggy this morning and made for some very interesting atmosphere :)

In the El Barrio Viejo,Tucson AZ

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All rights reserved - Copyright 2013© Henri Louis Hirschfeld

All images are exclusive property and may not be copied, downloaded, reproduced, transmitted, manipulated or used in any way without expressed, written permission of the photographer.

iPhone 4

 

Editing: Photogene, ProHDR, Photo fx, ArtistaOil, ArtStudio

 

This one took quite a bit of finagling BUT, I'd say it was worth it!

 

MUST VIEW ON BLACK!! click "L"

The parent organization of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery is the Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, founded in 1862. It is one of the oldest public arts institutions in the United States. In 1890, Buffalo entrepreneur and philanthropist, John J. Albright, a wealthy Buffalo industrialist, began the construction of the Albright Art Gallery for the Academy. The building was designed by prominent local architect Edward Brodhead Green. It was originally intended to be used as the Fine Arts Pavilion for the Pan-American Exposition in 1901, but delays in its construction caused it to remain uncompleted until 1905.

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The other day we harvested whole piles of juiceysweet apples, and Fred made a few gallons of totallyyummy cider. Here's Fred sitting there beside the big jug of homemade apple cider, feeling the bubbles blowing kisses all over him!

icolorama, superimpose, photogene, procreate,

photogene, distressed fx.

Taken with Olympus E-PL1

Edited on iPad with:

Silhouette

Granimator (background)

Sketchbook Pro

Photogene

Belhurst Castle is a former private residence on the shores of Seneca Lake in Geneva, New York.

 

Architect Albert W. Fuller designed the imposing stone mansion in the Romanesque Revival style, popular in the last two decades of the nineteenth century.

Self portrait on iPhones using PhotoGene 2 and photoForge2

The National War Memorial (also known as The Response), is a tall granite cenotaph with acreted bronze sculptures, that stands in Confederation Square, Ottawa, and serves as the federal war memorial for Canada.

Originally built to commemorate the First World War, in 1982 it was rededicated to include the Second World War and the Korean War. In 2000, the Canadian Tomb of the Unknown Soldier was added to the memorial site and symbolizes the sacrifice made by every Canadian who has died or may yet die for their country.

Unveiled by King George VI

This is what happens when a lad fails to go to bed on time. I gave myself a black eye doing this one.

 

This is my first ever attempt at processing an iPhone photo. Of course, all processing was done on my iPhone. It amazes me to ponder what people are doing with these pocket computers that also happen to function as mobile phones.

 

Lack of sleep and a pressing work deadline meant keeping the process very simple. No subtle layering to add other elements, no blending of what was there to achieve a more finished look. Just brute force and a short break from a hectic schedule to start learning.

 

Apps used for processing: Hipstamatic, Photogene, Tiffen Photo fx, Decim8, Pic Grunger

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