I’ve been spending more time at my keyboard(s) lately, so it ended up being my subject for this week. (I took some other shots that I have decided to save for another post.)
I liked these two because of the texture and shadow. The first is the power button. The second shot is of the left and right-click for the power stick.
I just never know what I’m going to be snapping a photo of next!
Taken with my iPhone 5S. Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Devices Photo Challenge, Week 2: Macro.
As I was scrolling through the camera roll on my phone, I found these pictures of flowers I’ve had around the house over the past few months. They aren’t my best shots, but they were the only ones I hadn’t posted, so I decided to just create a gallery with them.
I enjoyed playing with the angles of the shoes, baseboard, and rug. I love these black patent leather Mary Janes… but my feet do not. Taken with my iPhone 5S using the Tonal filter. Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Devices Photo Challenge, Week 3: Black & White.
This is another one of my table gracing flowers. Flowers are my indulgence, whether they are daisies, roses, or orchids. Whether it is a single stem or a bounteous bouquet, I love them all. And now that I have become a phoneography fanatic, I can keep all of my flowers for as long as I wish. They don’t smell quite as good, but they are still beautiful!
These small beads are on a pair of earrings. The texture of the table cloth was an added surprise. Focus was a problem, but I decided to use these because the reflection from the plastic almost makes the beads look painted rather than photographed. I also liked the streaks of light in the top photo. Taken with my iPhone 5S. Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Devices Photo Challenge, Week 2: Macro.