Ok, so maybe the cell phone challenge didn’t float your boat. Or tickle your pickle. Or whatever saying the kids are saying these days. Something Bieber-y, I assume.
But we got some good shots, and I figured I’d share one from everyone who submitted. I promise we (meaning Derek makes Meegan pick something off her list.) will have more interesting challenge coming up. Something even Larry could do. Wait, I think I just figured out the one kind of photography in which I’m better than Larry! Cell phone pictures! Yes! #winning.
Tulips – Jack Harpel
Is it spring yet? Or is this photo just a cruel joke, trying to get my hopes up? Kidding. It’s a solid, straight forward flower shot. I’d get more adventurous with the phone. The beauty of its small size means you can get some really interesting angles. The downside, however, could be pressing the “shutter” in those situations.
The Yacht Club – Yorby
A yacht club is probably the last place you’d expect to see hipsters, but that doesn’t mean you can’t give the club a little Hipstamatic action. I’d tell you what kind of boat I have, but it’s really obscure. You’ve probably never heard of it.
Sunset on the Hood Canal – Wristie
Sometimes it’s moments like this when cell phones prove their worth. It’s not every day that you have a big camera with you. And, well, around here you’ve got to appreciate these kinds of sunsets when they happen. Love the colors.
Snow – Sharon O’Hara
As much as I don’t want to see snow anymore, this is a cool example of using flash to create an aesthetic that gives a photo something extra. And sparkly. But seriously, let’s not think about snow anymore. Spring. Please.
Baby Basil – LBPB
Hey, leading lines! I remember those! And basil….dare I say it…Spring!
- Derek Sheppard