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Rhythm is…

Rhythm is…

I don't think any words I say can better explain this photo.

This is another of Jey's shots from our wedding (thanks pal). I was tempted to process a few in the order they were taken but I decided I will just make the odd one or two as I find them.

Matt and Eli

Matt and Eli

Nik and I have been visiting our good friends Rachel and Jey in Kent this weekend.

Jey had lots of shots from our wedding that we hadn't even seen and he was kind enough to let me have copies so I could enhance a few to post on imagi.

Here is a shot from the evening of our other good friends Matt and Eli (thanks for the photo Jey).

Mr B

Mr B

Another Hipstamatic shot today, this time of the guy who recommended the app — Mr Bursill.

I had a really weird time working with these images. For some reason when I email from my iPhone to my computer the images (as attachments) come through at 800px, which is the size for square images on my website. However they looked upscaled and, sure enough, when I checked what size the images were they seem to have imported to the computer at 525px. This meant the emailed versions had been enlarged. Even stranger, when they are uploaded directly to Facebook from the iPhone they come in at 600px.

Confused…

The Runner

The Runner

Nik and I decided today (Valentine's Day) would be a good day for a half marathon!

Then, just after that, we decided to run a little bit further. Nutters you say? Yep!

I took this shot on the iPhone just after we had scaled a hill after Newtown Linford.

So hip!

So hip!

This shot was taken in my lounge with my new iPhone app — Hipstamatic.

My friend Ian, from work, suggested I give it a go. He has it already and is going to post shots he has taken each day on Facebook for me to have a look at.

I must admit it's quite good fun.

Vortex

Vortex

Today's shot is from around the house, taken at the same time as this.

It's actually a close up on a glass filled with water and glass beads then heavily post-processed, firstly with the RAW through Lightroom then in Photoshop.