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    Breda

    I used to go to the historic Dutch city of Breda often, but things have changed and I seldom have to go there anymore. Recently a work assignment brought me to the area, though, and when I went into the city centre to find a bite to eat, I was struck...

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    •  27 May 2013 10:40AM
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    Museum Find

    I came across this rather nice Ammonite in a museum. Quite liked it.

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    •  6 May 2013 7:12PM
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    Tilt-Shift Tree

    Don't you just love all the spring blossoms on trees and shrubs? I certainly do! But just a straight shot of a tree can be quite dull, so I was looking for something unusual to do with this one. So I included the blossomless tree on the left a...

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    •  24 Apr 2013 11:10AM
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    iPhoneography Sunset

    What do you do when you've lost track of time and the sunset arrives quicker than you thought, and there's no time to pick up your camera? Well, besides simply enjoying the colour spectacle enfolding before your eyes, you can't, of course, ignore ...

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    •  27 Feb 2013 10:45AM
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    Slow Shutter App for iPhone

    I'm still experimenting with the Slow Shutter app for iPhone. It's handy to have an app that allows longer exposures, but I'm finding it hard to find the right use for this app, and the right settings to get a decent picture. This is as close as I...

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    • Posted by : conrad
    •  19 Oct 2012 12:11PM
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    PhotoForge

    Until I get some time to really go through my Olympus photos, I'm spending time that would otherwise be lost on playing around with the photo apps on my iPhone. I always have it with me, after all, so I never have to get bored, I can always get the p...

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    • Posted by : conrad
    •  1 Oct 2012 2:32PM
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    Out and about with my iPhone

    On holiday I went out on an overcast and rainy day. I didn't think I would be very much inclined to take a lot of photos, so I didn't take my camera. But of course, as will always happen with a photography enthusiast, there will come a moment tha...

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    Airport

    Sometimes it's the simple things that can be the most striking to look at. At an airport I was looking around, wondering if there was anything nice to photograph - perhaps people greeting each other, possibly a glimpse of a good-looking aircraft ...

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    Warrior

    I've shot the H.M.S. Warrior before with a mobile phone (for some reason I never seem to have my camera with me when I see it), but have to say that the iPhone image beats the Nokia image hands down - both before and after processing. This is the ...

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    • Posted by : conrad
    •  7 Aug 2012 2:15PM
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    Slow Shutter App

    I've had the Slow Shutter app for iPhone for a while now, and tried it out in different situations. I was never very happy with the results. But last Saturday I decided to give it a try under completely different circumstances: at a dance, to blu...

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    • Posted by : conrad
    •  11 Jul 2012 9:27AM
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    ShakeItPhoto

    I was looking at different photo apps and came across ShakeItPhoto. To be honest, I don't know why it bought it, but at the same it seemed like a good idea. Okay, only 1.59 euros, and I think it was probably the special offer of a temporary price of ...

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    • Posted by : conrad
    •  13 May 2012 3:00PM
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    GrungeTastic

    I've been discovering of late that adding grunge effects to images can make simple and even quite dull-looking shots more interesting. But of course, like everything in life, you can overdo it. And the app I tried this time can easily drive one to us...

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    You've Got Mail

    I just can't resist an interesting-sounding photography app for my iPhone, and especially not when it's free. And even more when it's normally a paid app, and temporarily free! And the Dutch iPhone Club keeps me well informed, so I regularly come acr...

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    • Posted by : conrad
    •  10 Apr 2012 7:19PM
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    Grey Skies Today

    Today the skies were mainly grey and uninteresting. And normally you wouldn't see me taking many photos on such a day. But having just bought a new app since it was on special offer for 79 eurocents, PhotoForge, I needed something to play with, s...

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    •  8 Apr 2012 12:13AM
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    Three Different Takes

    This time three different versions of the same image. I came across a few more apps, and although there are overlaps with others I already have, I decided to give After Focus a go. It offers the possibility of deciding about the focus after you've...

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