iPhone Only Images
Welcome to my iPhone Project.
For a long time I thought, like all respectable photographers, that Camera Phones were a joke. Truthfully, I don't think I ever used the camera function on my last 3 or 4 phones. Well that change about 6 months ago when I got my iPhone... I was amazed how (if you took your time) you could get remarkably good photos from this little gizmo. Combine that with some cheap editing Apps, and I was amazed at what you can produce.
So after playing with it a while I decided to start this “iPhone Project” Gallery. All of the shots were taken on an iPhone 3Gs. Most were taken with the App. “Pano” and about 90% of the editing was done in the phone with an App called “Photogene”... I did run most of them through a DeNoise program called Topaz (a Photoshop plug-in). But for the most part it didn't do much except on the very grainy night panos.
These are various Test & Setup shots from Nikon D800.
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Please note: This is a mixed gallery. Many of the images are unedited, or have been edited on an iPad using Snapseed App, or on a computer using Capture NX2 software. The iPad edits are not calibrated, where the Computer edits are Calibrated.
New Gallery: Sept. 8, 2013
Here are some images of my Road Trip through Norway. For now, this will be images "from the road", and will be either unedited or JPEGs edited on the iPad using the Snapseed App.
I will update the gallery with the final edited versions upon my return to Texas in a few weeks.
Annual Kohlfahrt in Houston Tx - 2013.
Grünkohlessen is an old custom in North Germany and parts of Scandinavia, particularly in the state of Bremen and its surrounding districts of Osterholz, Diepholz, Verden and Rotenburg, in Oldenburg Land, the County of Bentheim, Emsland,Osnabrück Land and East Frisia, in the Middle Weser Region, and also in Hamburg, Cuxhaven, in the Hanover Region, Brunswick Land, in the Magdeburg region, in Westphalia and Schleswig-Holstein.
The participants in a Kohlfahrt ("cabbage walk") arrange a walk through the countryside to a village pub, usually in mid-winter. Often this walk is linked with cross-country games like Boßeln and the like. As fortification against the frosty weather and in preparation for the hearty meal, an ample supply of alcoholic beverages, such as korn, or for sailors, sherry, is taken in a shopping trolley or handcart, which are handed out as part of the games or at waypoints along the walk (e.g., at crossroads or pylons). At the village pub, the merry walkers are served with Grünkohl and, depending on the region, with [sweet (not to everyone's taste)] baked potatoes or boiled potatoes and Kassler, Bregenwurst, Pinkel or Kohlwurst. In addition there is also much to drink (beer, Korn) allegedly to aid the digestion. In many areas there is also music and dancing after the meal.
The Grünkohlessen reaches its climax in the proclamation of the Kohlkönig ("cabbage king") or the Kohlkönigspaar ("cabbage couple"). Various methods are used to award the royal title. Either the number of portions consumed is added up, the weight of the participants before and after the meal is measured, or the results of the games during the walk are used. The Kohlkönig is singled out as the last to leave the table. This excludes visits to the toilet or dancing breaks. As a visible sign of royalty, chains with the history of the Kohlkönigs of this group or a pig's jaw bone with an appropriate inscription are worn. The king or royal couple have the responsibility of organising the following year's Grünkohlessen.
Dad's Day 5k Run - Houston, Texas -2012
This Gallery contains images from the Houston 2012, Dad's Day 5k Run, 3k Family Walk, and 1k Kids Run. These are batch edited, compressed versions. Custom versions available by request.
5k Race Images begin at Image 54
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Spain & Gibraltar -2011/2012
This is a new Gallery of our recent trip to Spain and the Rock of Gibraltar. We traveled from Madrid by train to Malaga, San Pedro, Ronda, then drove the coast of Spain through Marbella and Estepona after going to the Rock of Gibraltar.
I have only uploaded a few so far... with many more to come.
Based in Singapore
July 2008 - Current
Here are a few shots from Singapore and a few other select shots of our journeys so far. I'll try to keep this updated with a few shots from the Travel Galleries as they are posted.
Our goal is to visit the following places!
• Australia - Visited Sept. 2008
• Cambodia - Visited Dec. 2008
• Indonesia - Visited Nov. 2008
• Japan - Visited Mar. 2010
• North Korea
• South Korea - Visited April, 2010
• Malaysia - Visited July 2008
• Marshall Islands
• Federated States of Micronesia
• New Zealand - Visited Jan. 2010
• Papua New Guinea
• Philippines - Visited 1983 return planned
• Singapore - Home Base 2008
• Solomon Islands
• Taiwan - Visited 2010 (pics soon)
• Thailand - Visited April 2009
• Vietnam - Visited Oct 2008
• Mainland China - Visited Sept. 2008
• Hong Kong - Visited May 2009
• United States Territories-
• American Samoa
• Northern Mariana Islands
Read more about them HERE.
Here are some shots from a recent trip to Scotland. I spent 4 days driving around the coast from Aberdeen to Fort William near Loch Ness. Then back to Aberdeen through the center, along the malt whisky trail.
I still have more to post, as soon as I get the time to sort and edit them. Check back soon...
A few from our day at the new Top Sporthorse International in Spring.
Top Line Sporthorse International
Washington, DC -2011
Here are a few shots from our trip to Washington, DC. It was not our best trip for photos. The weather was horrible. Cold with rain & gloom for all but the last day. We both were sick with the flu and spent 3 of the 4 days in bed at the hotel coughing and sneezing.
Oh well… next time I’m going to try and get some better shots and do some night photography.