I used the iPhone 6 to make these pictures when I took a walk. It does OK for documentary type photography as long as the focal length is suitable, but some of these have been tweaked in LR in addition to reformatting.
We have two bridges that were moved in the flood, but not washed away, that I still walk across. I took a picture of one of them.
One picture below was made inside the Omni room. I then cropped a section and increased the size to see what is possible in that room. I was standing in the back and that is about the most crop-zooming that I was comfortable doing. The shutter was only 1/30 sec., so any performers would need to not be moving and it would have to be a group composition.
My question of what to photograph is still unanswered and I will not make a decision about using an iPhone until I resolve what and how I am going to photograph in the future.
This morning I have been thinking more about using my iPhone as my walk-about camera. I made the above images similar to others I have made with various cameras for the purposes of seeing how well the iPhone 6 did in low light and close up. One of these, as well as others I made, has been crop-zoomed and up-sized. Based on what I am seeing I am thinking harder about upgrading my iPhone. I’ll make some more images when I take my next walk.
One of the things I don’t like about using an iPhone to take pictures is how I hold it, so I also did some research on different cases designed to explicitly facilitate photography. If/when I decide to upgrade I will get such a case and also download different application software for setting the camera functions and processing on the iPhone. I processed the above with LR CC on my computer after I transferred the pictures from my iPhone to my computer.
Nazca Lines of Homewood at Plum Creek. I made this image from a picture of our driveway. The lines were made by snow plows last winter.
It was more fun to photograph the Nazca Lines from the air when we were in Peru in 2006.
I just read some more about the Nazca Lines in Peru in Wikipedia. They have found even more of them since we were there, but they still aren’t sure of why they were made.
I don’t think I posted my aerial pictures of the Nazca Lines so I might reprocess the pictures using the latest version of LR CC and post some of them.