Tag: Mobile Art

New Horizon

This week, we’re challenging you to think ahead and show your work in a representative photo…The goal is to get out of the busy “now,” and imagine your new horizon. Go! —WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge As luck would have it this week, I have been experimenting with a new facet of my photography and it fits…

WPC: Inspiration

“…What is your inspiration? What moves you? What is it that never fails to motivate you, to get you going, or make you happy?” —WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge Photography is my passion and curves are my inspiration. I found this silver Chevy SSR parked at a curb in Mill Valley, CA during a walk yesterday.…


This week Multimedia Monday takes a look at the SmartPhone photo app, Hipstamatic. The square format of the camera in Hipstamatic is the first noticeable clue that things are going to be different in this app. In terms of “film” cameras—you know, the Old Days—we would be looking at looking at a 6mmx6mm negative. This…

WPC: Blur

It is almost one year since I retired and in many ways life has been a blur. I have been able to enjoy the quiet solitude of spending time with The Lioness. We have been able to travel a bit and reconnect with friends and family. We are optimistic about the future, as distant and…

WPC: Ephemeral

Maybe it was the time of day, almost noon, or the location—in the dappled shade under a hardwood tree. Sitting quietly at a curb in California, this sedan emerged from the shadows of history to take me on an ephemeral trip down Memory Lane. The aqua blue and chrome of this 1954 Chevy transported me…

Weekly Photo Challenge: Love

“…share a picture which means LOVE to you!”

This photo represents a new love of mine: Mobile Art with an iPhone.

Fisheye FotoPhoto © Allan G. Smorra, All Rights Reserved

Fisheye Foto
Photo © Allan G. Smorra, All Rights Reserved

I took this photo with an Olloclip fisheye lens on my iPhone 4 and then made edits in Snapseed, Grungetastic and Kyoobic.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Love

Weekly Photo Challenge: Resolved

“…Why not share a photo which represents one of your New Year’s resolutions? If you don’t make them, what about sharing a photo which represents something you’d like to get better at in photography this year?” I do not make New Year’s resolutions, however I do make an effort to get better at something new…

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