And by shots, I don’t just mean photos! So between work being a little crazy and drinking a little (read: a lot) to blow off steam, I’ve been slacking on the Project i365 blog posts. However, I do have a bunch of great new frames to post:
This first one was shot at American Tap Room in Arlington, VA. They have these amazing marble fire pits on the back patio which makes for an awesome background to any drink. Especially one in a snifter! It was a pretty simple also, shot with Pro Camera, put into Snapseed for the drama filter and yes, the depth of field you see really is the iPhone 4s. Awesome!!
So…. when you need friends at a coffee shop (Northside Social) on a Saturday night for beers, why not do it by candlelight? I have always loved the natural warm light from candles/fire and I just don’t find too many places where you can catch it with an iPhone. This was also show with ProCamera, sharpened in Perfect Photo, tilt-shift and framed in (as always) Snapseed.
A break from beer and food for a minute and over to another love… motorcycles!! This is from one of the most amazing experiences I have… every year. I won’t take too much time here to explain it, but if you’d like learn more about what it is, head on over to http://www.rollingthunder1.com/ and read up!
The lines in this one were amazing. 15 side by side, identical Harley Davidson Roadkings from the Montgomery Police Department lined up to escort us for the beginning of the ride! This was shot with BracketMode, pulled into Pro-HDR, then Snapseed to add the tilt-shift, color in the sky and the frame.
If you’d like to see some AMAZING that was on the some of the bikes at the event with us, check out the rest of the pictures I took with my dSLR: Rolling Thunder XXV
I don’t know why, but if its got lots of knobs… it must be cool! ProCamera for the shot, B&W filter with the grain turned up as well as framed in Snapseed.
And back to old faithful we go: Beer! Some Happy Hour action at The Getaway in Columbia Heights, DC. I will surely be taking more shots here, how can you not in a Steve McQueen themed kick ass bar?! This was shot with ProCamera and pulled into Snapseed for the drama filter and framing. I also used the selective adjust by the text to turn up the saturation and make the beer color “pop” a little bit!
What’s a photo blog post without a little food porn?! This was shot while grabbing dinner with some new friends this past Saturday at Tesoro in DC. Amazing food by the way, it tastes as good as it looks!! Shot with ProCamera, Snapseed for the tilt-shift, drama filter and a little saturation adjustment. Gonna go back ASAP and take a few more shots too!!
Also, don’t forget if you glance over to the right column, there is a link to the entire Picasa gallery. These are just a few of the highlights from the last few weeks, the rest of the shots are there!