Shot at Electric Daisy Carnival 2010 on Saturday night. Lots of love and music in the air. Can't wait until next year! Shot with my iPhone 4, exposure and contrast handled in Photoshop mobile.
My wife was busy doing our laundry and she kept telling me to go and get more laundry detergent. So I pulled out my iPhone 4 and shot this pic. I used Camera+ to shoot then applied their HDR filter. Then I used ColorSplash to convert to B&W then also to colorized the Tide box.
Taken with an original iPhone late to get the sharp shadow and highlights.
Edited manually in The Mill's Colour app to desaturate it and get the contrast I wanted.
I don't have a phone with a camera, so I borrowed my mom's Droid Eris to take this shot of a lamp she brought back from Ireland. The photo is straight up with no post-processing.
For this shot I used my iPhone 3G.
I captured this shot while riding down the road during a summer southern thunderstorm! The rain coming out of the clouds almost looked like a tornado so i thought it looked pretty amazing! I used photoshop mobile to edit this picture! I adjusted the sharpness, saturation and the contrast.
This picture was taken looking directly up into the middle of an industrial electrical tower. Shot with my iPhone 3G while holding a Zykkor "Super Wider Semi Fish-Eye" lens in front of the camera (which ironically I've never figured out how to mount on any camera I've ever owned). Took quite a few shots but couldn't quite get that perfect marble before a couple cops started giving me the eye, still happy with the result. No app used.
Droid incredible and the app vignette used with the normal film filter. Had a tough time shrinking this down from the 8mp native file lol. I took this when I was out on a drive in my new car. I wish all blind turns on country back roads had mirrors like this.
I was walking on the beach with my girlfriend when I took this shot under the pier. I liked the way it looked to go on forever. Didn't really do anything in particular for the shot. I liked it..so I took it.
Lens: John S
Film: Kodot Verichrome
The photo is shot during a live broadcast of the Soccer World Cup match Germany - England in a location called Stahlwerk, which is a club in Düsseldorf, Germany. It shows Sunbeams falling through a fan in the ceiling of the location. The location was very dark and the photo has been shot with an iPhone 3GS and the Hipstamatic app.
This is a picture of my cat Jack. He was chasing a lizzard outside and hit his face on the screen door. :) I thought this was a cool picture because of the reflection in the window. I just used the normal settings on my EV2.
There was a storm nearby and a tree fell on my girlfriends roof. It was cut into pieces to take it out of the house. The tree was an "Eucalipto", the program i used was PS Mobile, took the picture, full contrast, full sharpen (gave the fire effects), some saturation and thats it!
-Bernal González Orellana
"up vs down"
location : Bandung - Indonesia
camera : LG KU990
megapixels : 5 MP
Photo taken with an iPhone 3GS. Location was Shreveport, LA. I used the iPhone app Camera + to alter the coloring. I went to a family gathering out in the country and being that I am from the city (Long Beach, CA) It was a different to say the lest. Most of the colors out there were shades of green but then there was this random pink next to an old rusted swing. It caught my eye so I Took the picture.
I shot this picture with my HTC Evo set to 8megp. I found this little crop of corn on the side of the road two days ago, hopped out of my car, tripped over some steel wire and cut my shin. BUT, the sun was setting so I snapped a quick photo. No in phone alteration or anything. The Sun coming through the trees at the top of the picture gave a unique color palate to the rest of the picture. Hope you like it.
I took this at night with the iPhone 4, no flash.
I shot this with my iPhone 4 in low light so the flash went off and I thought this pic was really worthy of a Gizmodo submission. It is completely unmodified. Hope I win!
Shot on my Verizon Blackberry Tour. Straight out of camera, no effects. This was an interesting challenge, I had a lot of fun.
This was taken at my mom's wedding with my 5MP HTC Pure on sunlight setting
I took this photo with my iPhone 3GS with out an photo apps. I don't know how well it will compete but I always loved the great reflection I got off of the lake and how I always thought it actually looked better upside down.
Used the default camera app on an iPhone 3G. The subject was a tall purple foxglove that provides a pop of contrast to the cloudy morning weather. Was not edited at all except for a quick resizing in Photoshop CS4. Enjoy!
Taken with my HTC Touch Pro.
Apologies if I don't remember the challenge's rukes. -DAnuuc@DAnuuc.com
I took this with my LG enV Touch's 3.2 MP camera in macro mode. I like that the Mini-Figure's shirt says "oil" and it sort of looks like he's looming over us. It reminds me of the oil spill.
This image was shot with my iPhone 3GS at the Red River Ex in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The Ex comes around once a year, and people from all over the province flood into the city to take part. There's all sorts of rides, but I don't remember this one (Cliff Hanger) being there before. I took this shot while my friend and I were waiting in line. It was shot around dusk with the standard camera app, processed with Cross Process, taken into the Mill's Colour app for final colour tweaking, and cropped to 16X9 with my upcoming iPhone photo cropping app, CineCrop.
Went to see some shitty bands at the Rock & Roll Hotel in DC.
It ended up being pretty awesome. Didn't use any editing apps, just a regular Nexus One with Android 2.2.
Taken in downtown Dallas with my iPhone 3GS and edited with the
CameraBag app using the colorcross preset. The man was just sitting
on the street corner drawing.