A sunset for those of you who are enjoying the overcast days.
Today was a day of teaching. I put my camera into the hands of my friend and practiced my knowledge of my camera and my vision, and sought to execute it through her hands. I think it was a great … Continue reading
Sometimes you just have to get off your ass and go for a walk. That was my mantra for today, and so I did.
Sooo…Eiffel 65? Yeah, I didn’t think so. I thought this was a fun image to work with.
So I guess I need to start this post off with a little explanation before I get into the photos. From the title you might be able to understand what I was doing…having fun…with my phone, and those sunglasses. I was thinking about this on my way back from lunch today; my sunglasses are polarized. I don’t have a polarizing lens on my camera phone. Lastly, what the heck would happen if both were to meet in an unholy union. The answer my friends…was actually not very surprising. So take a look at my adventure today during the end of my lunch hour trying to make something magically out of thin air (no really, it was magic).
This was my control for this experiment. If I can’t get good results from using my sunglasses, then I never have to look silly again holding my glasses up to my phone. So let’s take a look at some of the later experiments.
The result might look good from one aspect, but it is a bit darker. This is where I brought the filtered image over to Snapseed to play around.
So from a simple thought of trying to do something completely new and innovated (ha), I managed to have some fun with my phone and sunglasses. I am sure a lot of grain in these images is coming from trying to alter these JPGs and also from the sunglasses lens. Let me know what you think.