Well seen and captured - the sun gives such warmth to the image.
Very nice. Shooting with your phone can be a lot of fun.I started a blog with phone shots at rbrt.posterous.com [LG, no iPhone by the way].
Thanks for your comments!Yesbuts, the sun was the main thing I wanted to have in the picture to give it a warm autumn glow.Robert, I like the challenge of shooting with a phone. The huge focus and shutter lag make it very difficult to capture anything moving.I really like your phone shots, look very Lomo like or a mix between a Lomo and a Polaroid. What processing are you doing?The LG camera is way superior to the crappy iPhone one.
As the LG doesn't have in-camera editing I have to be a bit creative in post-processing.Colors are slightly adjusted by simulating cross-processing. And after that I use the TiltShift Generator of Art & Mobile. It's actually an iPhone application, but they offer an online version as well.So nothing fancy, but the results are quite surprising.
Thanks Robert, I will try to play around more with my iPhone pictures and see what I can get out of them.
Cristi, outstanding shot, love the color.I find shooting with a phone cam to be liberating, in some ways like a digital Holga.Its with you all the time and the results can be surprising.Here is my flickr set T-Mobile MyTouch set...http://www.flickr.com/photos/colette_noir/sets/72157621729662029/
Thanks for your comment Lili and I agree that a phone is a bit like a digital Holga or Lomo, a toy camera basically for fun use.I like your Flickr set.