iPhone 6s – F/2.2, 1/160s, ISO 25, 4mm
Last Sunday I went for a short walk in the neighborhood just after a short rain shower. On one of the garden walls, a whole bunch of snails tried to escape the rain. I captured only two of them, but there were probably five or 6 in total. Again and again, I’m amazed how good some of the pictures are that the iPhone produces. This one was processed with Photoshop Express on the phone.
Today, I have a second photo and that is a photo that I captured in similar ways in previous years. Fresh spring blossoms on trees. It just so nice to see nature awakening after the winter. Spring is coming.
iPhone 6s, F/2.2, 1/845s, ISO 25, 4mm
On another note, I ordered a new lens: Canon 100mm macro F/2.8 USM. By the time this post goes live, I should have the lens. Expect first photos taken with that lens by next week Friday!
As our garden project is progressing I have very little time for photography right now. Hence I’m posting a photo I took last year in May in Sweden. I like the combination of fresh flower and vibrant colors next to the dead trunk of a tree.
Canon 5D Mark III – F/5.6, 1/250s, ISO 100, 300mm
Simple photo from our garden. The photo wasn’t taken today, but today morning we had frost again. Fortunately, we should get warmer temperatures over the weekend. Really looking forward to spring.
Sony RX100 Mark V, F/3.2, 1/125s, ISO 125, 9mm
You don’t need the fancy camera to take pictures that mean something to you. This is taken in our house. I love it when the evening sun shines through the window and draws the shadow of a plant that stands right in front of the window. It’s a quiet photo, but it means home and that means a lot to me.
Iphone 6s, F/2.2, 1/127sec, ISO 25, 4mm
I decided to post one of my photos every Friday 6pm GMT+1. I hope you like what I’m sharing!
The picture was taken not too far away from my house. I saw a nice group of trees during a short hike through the local forest. I pointed the camera straight up and then merely converted to black/white in Lightroom.
Canon 5D Mark III – Canon 16-35mm F/4 L
F/11 – 1/250sec – ISO 100