Halloween decorated city hall. Taken this afternoon before sunset.
Dock on the waterfront, outskirts of Buffalo N.Y. taken with Android.
I’ve been taking a lot of pictures using my Samsung Galaxy Stratosphere II smart phone and then editing them in Gimp. For more pictures from this set, and some additional information on the post processing with Gimp, click here.
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I got an Android device today. I was playing around with the camera feature and took this. I did some post processing in Gimp, adjusted the levels, curves, contrast. The Droid takes a decent picture for a camera phone. Anyway, thought I’d post it here. I may be going out to the country this weekend, so I can really test it out. I’ll post more when I get back.
If anyone has any tips on phone photography send me an ask and let me know.
A lot of you guys have been asking how we get our rings to stand up in our Lin & Jirsa Photography wedding detail shots. In these shots, the groomâs ring is lying flat on the surface and the brideâs ring is standing up and pointing up to the heavens, showing off its glorious detail. So how do we keep the ring from falling over? The answer is simple.
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Kind of photography related so I thought I would post here. A quick tutorial on using Gimp to center a profile image for Google Plus.