Weekend Reflections – Noir


Son and I went on a walk around Tulsa’s Lafortune Park last week and as usual I took three cameras with me. A Nikon point and shoot, an Apple Ipod Touch, and my generic Android cell phone. I took this with my cell phone and then filtered the photo through an app on the phone with a “Noir” app that provided the ghostly reflections above.

It is kind of hard to see where photography is going, the cell phone apps are getting ever more sophisticated and both my point and shoot Nikon and my “big” Nikon have wifi capability where I can move photos from the cameras to either the Ipod or the cell phone for processing and posting. I’m really enjoying see how things are changing. I don’t know where they are going though.

So where are you on the App revolution? Do you use them or not?

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10 thoughts on “Weekend Reflections – Noir

  1. DrillerAA

    I really like what you’re doing with your images. I have to admit my cameras are a generation or two behind current technology. My DSLR may have a wifi component but I don’t know for sure. I am sure that my point and shoot cameras are too old to have wifi. If I had the ability to share images across platforms, I might give it a try.

  2. Molly

    What a cool effect, I love how this turned out. The only editing I use on my phone images is Snapseed which I really like


  3. Petra

    Oh, wonderful! It somehow looks like a weird painting … and I like it for this … 🙂
    Regarding your question: I love my NIKON but started to use my iPHONE6 more often for Instagram. Filters are fun but I don’t use them pretty often (… maybe it’s a matter of time) … but I also like what I see on my pics (… most of the time *lol*). Have a happy weekend, Petra

  4. Phil

    I would never dream of taking a “real” picture with my phone as I wouldn’t expect the result to be good. You just proved me wrong with that picture. The black & white works well, the reflections are great and the image is sharp.

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