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A good year for the clematis

By dudler
I am Learning, at present.

After being told off by relatives for the sound quality when we do video calls (apparently my cheap mobile and compact laptop are both lacking in the microphone department), I've got an iPad. My blog today is about trying to be a thoughtful photographer while you're making video calls.

It was cheaper than the mobiles that get rated for photography, which is intriguing in itself. And it prompted me to go into the garden and take this for Mobile Monday. A crop, a little Drama, and one of the Snapseed effects.

The pad is the most basic current one, but my luxury was an Apple Pencil. My word, that makes precision in cropping easy! (Remember, my previous experience is with a 70 Vodafone handset...)



Tags: Clematis Flowers and plants Snapseed Mobile Monday

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chase Plus
14 1.6k 382 England
25 May 2020 11:40AM
The boy done good, an excellent purchase.

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kaybee 16 7.2k 26 Scotland
25 May 2020 11:51AM
So ypu have gone over to the dark side.
Irishkate Plus
9 42 118 United Kingdom
25 May 2020 11:51AM
The Snapseed filter has worked a treat.
My granddaughter loves to us this to change her face/hairstyle etc.
KateGrin
dudler Plus
16 1.2k 1666 England
25 May 2020 12:19PM
I shall have to see if I can add the original shot for comparison... It's added a sort of duskiness, not a great deal more.

I remain resolutely a Windows person, Roy - though I could be tempted away form my mobile 'phone some time. I don't like Android, or Google.
dimalexa 3 5 Greece
25 May 2020 12:58PM
Altought I have zero experience from mobiles of this category (my own is a simple telephone with 2 Mpx camera, just for... emergency), I dare to say that it's better than I was imaginating, of course just to play with it, John.
Dimitris
25 May 2020 2:17PM
wonderful results
Daisymaye Plus
11 23 16 Canada
25 May 2020 2:33PM
We have a Mobile Monday? I never knew that. Very good images.
viscostatic 13 47 7 United Kingdom
25 May 2020 3:28PM
Beautiful flowers and good processing. I like the lead image.

Phil.
mac Plus
18 6 Scotland
25 May 2020 3:41PM
If an IPad is good enough for David Hockney producing his paintings, it should be O'K for the rest of us. All we still require is his ability!
Ian
chase Plus
14 1.6k 382 England
25 May 2020 5:09PM
I do prefer the colours in the version John, much brighter and saturated.
dudler Plus
16 1.2k 1666 England
25 May 2020 5:10PM
Janet - that just goes to show that processing is not necessarily a Good Thing. Especially using those filter thingies...
chase Plus
14 1.6k 382 England
25 May 2020 5:11PM

Quote: Especially using those filter thingies...

Wouldn't dream of it John....as if Wink Smile
JuBarney Plus
9 33 4 United Kingdom
25 May 2020 5:16PM
Terrific shots;
I didn't know you could edit photos on an iPad!
Ju
mistere Plus
7 6 3 England
25 May 2020 5:59PM
Lovely clematis, ours are still tiny. Only planted them last year.
i-Pad and all things Apple related Sad. Best not.
I think I agree with Chase. The version (original) looks more natural.
dudler Plus
16 1.2k 1666 England
25 May 2020 7:35PM
Apple stuff is great for people who don't want to get involved in techie stuff, or who like it shiny.

Lots of options for editing on one. Snapseed is usually found on mobiles, but you can get heavyweight editors as well. Lightroom, I think PS...
saltireblue Plus
10 10.7k 62 Norway
25 May 2020 7:39PM

Quote:but my luxury was an Apple Pencil. My word, that makes precision in cropping easy!

Have been using a Wacom pad and pen for a couple of years now, it certainly is a lot better than a mouse for photoshop work.
dudler Plus
16 1.2k 1666 England
25 May 2020 8:20PM
I've had a Wacom pad for ten years, and haven't currently got it connected. The difference is, I think, that with a Wacom, you are looking in one place, drawing in another. With the iPad and Pencil, you are drawing on the paper, not something off to the side.

Roll on the touch-sensitive full-size screen, I say.
capto Plus
8 6.3k 20 United Kingdom
25 May 2020 8:53PM
They're lovely blooms any which way.Smile
ivor
davyskid 3 2 Scotland
25 May 2020 10:47PM
Two excellent images your version my favourite SmileSmileSmile
Davy
26 May 2020 3:34AM
Welcome yo the world of Apple, John. They make beautiful products, well thought put, great design....and they are totally Stalinist in their control over everything.

Peter
28 May 2020 5:39AM
What kind of bonemeal are you feeding these !!
They are beautiful John... will have to ask my daughter about the snapseed filter ..she is the big apple user in the house. Happy gardening!
Cheers Walt

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