Saturday, January 11, 2014

In-camera processing on the iPhone

Overture Center for the Arts
I took this photo in Madison's Overture Center and processed it on the spot in-camera. It's a whole new way of working.

One reason my iPhone is replacing more and more of my "real cameras" is the incredible photo processing power of in-camera apps. By using Snapseed's HDR function in conjunction with its B&W conversion using color filters, I have amazing control over B&W tonal range -- all in real-time, on-the-spot, in the palm of my hand, while my own visual impression of the image is still fresh -- not hours or days later in PS post.

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