A handful of visuals taken with my iPhone 6+
Ever since returning from my most recent trip to Asia, I've been in a restless state. I'm constantly searching for ways to cure the travel bug, which seems to have bitten me real good this time around. Fortunately for me, the local newspaper published an article listing public spaces that people can visit in private areas around San Francisco. The rooftop terrace on One Kearny is an example of a privately owned public space. Here are a few photos I took while being a tourist in my own city.
A random collection of photos taken with my Google Nexus 5 over the last few months. All photos were processed on the Nexus 5 using the Vignette and VSCOcam photo apps. You can see more of my “Androidography” only photos here: http://instagram.com/eyeofthedroid
Nexus 5 Photography? Sure why not! In a world dominated by "iPhoneography," I'm doing my best to see what I can capture with this Droid. Currently my go to photo app is "Vignette," I really enjoy the ability to create custom presets and the clean over all look it gives my photos. Another great photo app to look out for is VSCOcam by Visual Supply Co (VSCO), currently in beta mode for the Android market. VSCO has built a great user community around their product which is another thing Android Photography lacks.
You can see more of my "Androidography" only photos here: http://instagram.com/eyeofthedroid
Here are some photos taken and processed with only the Google Nexus 5.
iPhoneography with the Lomora 2 camera app. I found out about this app a few weeks ago and decided to give it a try. The app mimics various "lomo" style film looks, but since I'm a huge fan of B&W film I decided to only photograph with the B&W setting. Here are some photos I have compiled over the last couple of weeks using only this app.