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Image Copyright: Andrew McLachlan

I’ve slacked off on my smartphone snaps lately due to busy schedule and from having too much fun with the images captured while using the Sigma 15mm f2.8 EX DG Fisheye Lens.

Here are a couple of older smartphone images taken along a scenic section of the Rosseau River in Ontario’s Muskoka Region.

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Image Copyright: Andrew McLachlan

Both images have completely processed on my Samsung S2X using the Nik Software app Snapseed, as has this edition of the Smartphone Snap, which has been prepared and posted from the WordPress app for android devices.

Yikes, I hope it turns out okay. New technology can challenging for some folks; including yours truly.

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I have decided to start something new here at the blog and I will call it Smartphone Snaps. Recently I ditched my old cell phone, upgraded to a smartphone and am now having a blast (isn’t that what photography is all about anyway) playing around with the camera function of the Samsung S2X and the various apps available for download. I will try to commit to posting a Smartphone Snap on a weekly basis as time permits. What better way to kick off these snaps with a creative capture of The Cookstown Pub located in Cookstown, Ontario not too far from my home. I used the Cartoon Camera app for this image. Simply click the shutter on the phone and let the app do the rest.

As I embark on a learning curve of smartphone photography I will share with you tips and techniques as well as the various apps that I find most beneficial to my needs.

I can’t wait to try this out on Bullfrogs 🙂

Please click on the image to see the larger, sharper version.

 

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