Good morning from a balmy sunny day here in Hastings. I have already been out to take photos of our awesome sunrise. I have also notice the leaves starting to change colour. As of the 1st March we are officially into autumn. But mother nature has forgotten to switch of the heater. On Sunday we had the highest temperature in the country – 30 degrees celsius and yesterday was 28, today we are forecast to have the same. So we will enjoy this Indian summer. I wouldn’t mind if we continue to have such awesome sunrises – will post tomorrow.
I have managed to work out what was wrong with my computer but will explain it all in my other post as it is more relevant there.
So onto this challenge by Sally. This is to showcase what our non digital camera devices can do. Samsung have announced their new phones yesterday. Among the upgrades are new camera specs. That should be interesting for those who are into Samsung. Me, these photos were taken with my iPhone 5S. I have used some of the photos taken at this time for my 5 day black and white challenge. This time though, I have edited them with Lightroom. I wanted the leaves sharp and to pop out. Let me know what you think.
Thanks for visiting.
12 thoughts on “Phoneography Challenge: Nature”
While you are awaiting autumn, we have a few weeks until its officially Spring. As you know, it is never as simple as the calendar’s mark. Your first image evokes that wonder of nature with its light and dark shadows to catch our attention. I like that we are peeking into a story that is unknown. Happy Photo Challenge.
Thanks Sally. I wanted to show some summer photos before getting into autumn.
Beautiful! I like the light effect. 🙂
I love the detail of the leaves!
I like the light in the first photograph. I have heard about your heat wave…. Story of my life over here, Raewyn. Still, it is nice to know that cooler days lie ahead.
The editing is fab Raewyn, how are you finding Lightroom? I had a trial a while back and didn’t like it much. However the fact that Aperture is being replaced by the Photos app may just prompt me to give it another go…
I’m glad you got your problems fixed. 😀
Thanks Amanda. Give it another try. After no aperture for so long it is nice to have a more user friendly photo editing app that does what I want.
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I’l give it another go on your recomendation hun. xx
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Lovely light, Raewyn, and the editing makes it look great.
Like the new look of your blog, too.