Mobile Photography: Black and White (Trees and Sunlight)

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This image is in response to Sally D’s Mobile Photography. Sally has two stunning iPhone images of Times Square from the 33rd floor of a hotel she stayed.

I still get excited when I see the details that my iPhone picks up.

Please visit Sally’s Lens and Pens for more mobile photos and tips.

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Earlier this year, researchers at Analysys Mason reported that average smartphone use per day doubled between 2011 and 2013, from 1 hour 38 minutes to 3 hours 15 minutes. That’s 1 hour 15 minutes shy of a full day every week, during which time researchers at marketing agency TecMark say most users will look at their phones 1,500 times.  Read more…  (Govtech)

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54 thoughts on “Mobile Photography: Black and White (Trees and Sunlight)

  1. beautiful details, Amy! the stats on smartphone usage is incredible. and i totally agree that these gadgets basically changed all aspects of humanity. thanks for sharing 🙂

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  2. Amy, good morning, it’s a cloudy day here, and your back lit tree brought sunlight into my day. Grand tree with great bold eloquence…and I agree, that the details are surprising, and show off the sweet touches of the branches. Happy Photo Challenge.

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  3. Pingback: Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge: Black and White (Times Square) | Lens and Pens by Sally

  4. Great i-Phoneography Amy!Incredible light conditions and perfect angle!All the branches and the numerous twigs of the huge tree are perfectly outlined!You have so competently exploited the inconceivable potentiality of your smart phone ❤ xxx

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