Recent Photos from my iPhone Photography Blog
I wrote a while ago about my new iPhone Photography blog, and so far it seems to be going well. More importantly, it's been encouraging me to shoot more with my phone. I've been using any available opportunity to get shots for the blog, and it's proving an interesting experience. If you haven't stopped by and checked it out already, you can see it at The Photography Geek site, which is on Tumblr (so if you're a Tumblr user, please follow me)
My shooting process for most f these is to take the picture using the built in camera app, or if I'm having trouble getting the right white balance, I'll use Manual which lets you set the white balance manually. I'll usually then process them with VSCOcam. The reason I don't shoot straight into VSCOcam is that it takes longer to load, and you an get straight to the default camera app from the lock screen.
Other Apps that I use occasionally include Snapspeed, Hueless, and Camera+. I also have my old favourite apps of ShakeItPhoto, and Cross Process, but I don't use them that much any more, as they're a little flakey on my iPhone 6 Plus.
Here's a selection of images that have been featured on the Photograph Geek recently to enjoy, and please stop by and check out the site. (Some of these have been taken a while ago, but I've only recently posted them on The Photography Geek)