One of my guiding principles has always been to photograph for myself, to please me, and not to play to the market. I want my work to be honest, real, genuine. If others appreciate it, great, that’s a nice bonus. The work rewards me, not the market place or other people’s opinions.”
— Harvey Stein
I really enjoy the Panorama setting on the iPhone 5. I shot this image yesterday at the State Line Lookout and worked in Snapseed today.
As discussed yesterday, WordPress has declared March to be phoneography month so I figured in for a penny, in for a pound. I took these shots with my iPhone on the 1 train and worked in Snapseed.
I don’t often do self-portraits but when the train is being held in the tunnel for an interminable amount of time and your book is not grabbing you; you play.
The Ties That Bind Us
The Search for Meaning
it's this or get a real job
Photography & Philosophy
Artist, Photographer and Computer Tutor/Tech
Nicht nur für Hamburger !
Reducing stress one exhale at a time ...exploring Southern California and beyond
Photographer and photo editor Geoffrey Hiller has created Verve Photo to feature photographs and interviews by the finest contemporary image makers today.
Capturing the world through photography, video and multimedia
Trail running in the Hudson Valley
A thousand thousand stories
A garden oasis and cultural center overlooking the Hudson River
talking from below water
hedy bach original photography mixed stories and music