iPhoneography: November Edition

I’ve said it before, but I’ll say it again: “The best camera is the one you have with you.”

I’ve been forcing myself to produce at least one interesting phone pic in a 365 project. Most days it’s been easy when I’m out and about and spot something shiny and new, but on the days that I don’t leave my house (brrrrrrr it’s been cold lately!) things have been challenging. It’s hard to see the everyday in a new way. Especially when that everyday is a tiny 1 bedroom apartment.

But it sure feels great when you nail an image.  Check out the first photo of the inside of a water bottle held up to window lighting. Kinda looks like a sun over a miniature sea scape huh? I love the way the light sparkles on each rib of the water bottle. The huge lens of my dslr could never fit through the small opening of a water bottle.  Shots like this make me grateful for an iPhone.

That and these 8 other photos are my favorite mobile shots from November 2012.  Enjoy!

Left to right, top to bottom

  1. View inside an Aquafina water bottle.
  2. Fall leaf still hanging on to the green of summer.
  3. Learning paramount lighting in my studio photography class.
  4. Bath tub planter in front of Roy’s Station coffee house in San Jose.
  5. Under a street at the Guadalupe River walk.
  6. Fishbone the cat enjoying some denim.
  7. Me, hanging out in my room.
  8. Made some chicken soup (for the soul) from scratch.
  9. Vince in front of the San Jose Tech museum.

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