Blog circle: b&w and shadows | cold spring mn photographer

Another photo challenge for our little group this month. We are exploring b&w and shadows. I have included b&w, some have shadows, some don’t and some are pictures of just shadows! Another caveat thrown in, these are all iPhone images. I love my phone and the editing apps that I use to fulfill my vision. I use vsco camera and do some editing in the app but also bring them into snapseed to do some other effects like tilt shift or center focus or to brighten or darken areas.

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  • stefanie - ok, i need to step up my iphone game! i especially love that first shot and the last shot (you had me at adorable black dog).ReplyCancel

  • kimberly - I love these Heidi and thank goodness for the iPhone. Man I love the images I get with it and the ability to edit them. Such treasures!ReplyCancel

  • Nadeen - Love your creativity and perspective with each image!ReplyCancel

  • Emily - These are phone images??!! Seriously?? Awesome! I love the first one with the shadow and the light streaming through…really cool. You are definitely showing me I need to step up my camera phone game 😉ReplyCancel

  • Karthika - I love VSCO too…these images are awesome – the one from the plane…wow, I LOVE IT :)…and look at that cute doggie…basking in the sun 🙂ReplyCancel

  • julie - I loved looking at these! I’ve been shooting mostly with my iPhone lately as well and also use Snapseed & VSCO. You are inspiring me to play more with it. I think the airplane wing and the one from the barn are my two favorites.ReplyCancel

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