This statue is part of a set that my mother bought many moons ago in Paris. She passed them on to me as a house warming gift a number of years ago as I loved them so much. Thanks Ma!
Shot with iPhone 5
Light Source: Blue and purple lava lamp
Modifications: Contract boost with Photoshop
Old Smith family blacksmith shop in Waterford, New Brunswick. Mood created with PS Express white mist filter.
If you have been following me for a while you are aware of my obsession with old gas pumps… Here’s another beauty found in the Maritimes.
Another barn from the Smith farm in the maritimes. Enhanced with PS Express Aquatic filter.
Took this one on a quick impulse and am please with the result.
Shot, as always, with my iPhone 5. Enhanced with PS Express app vignette filter.
I happened upon this lovely old retired church in Waterford, New Brunswick. Captured with my iPhone 5 with in-camera filter.
You’ll notice a theme here over the next few weeks of snaps from my recent visit to New Brunswick.
Here’s the first thing that caught my eye when we arrived at the Smith farm – the pigpen.
We’ve become such a wireless society that whenever I see an actual payphone I am compelled to document it. Imagine my glee to find an entire row of them with physical phone books! #HowAboutThat
Captured with my iPhone, enhances with PS Express app “Bright” filter.
In honour of St. Paddy’s Day, here’s a pic from 2005 that I snapped while in Temple Bar in Dublin, Ireland. It was taken with my little Panasonic Lumex, with a table top tripod, using the camera’s built-in sepia filter.
For this image, I was experimenting with a streetlight to create a lens flare to see what would happen. The result is below. The flare gives the illusion of motion in the sky – almost as if it’s time-lapsed.