Quick view of how my daily iPhone photography project transpired (June 2012-June 2013). Click on title or thumbnail to see the batch of photos.
[Batch 18 : 26 April - 12 June] It took a long while, it's been a long time, but it's here. 365 in Lo-Fi ends here.
And it took this notice on my iPhone to remind me that I've still a lot of photos to post :
No more space to take photos, no choice but to back up the files and clear space. While I was at it, might as well go back to my May and June photos, process, and post them to finish this iPhotography project.
It was sweet while it lasted. Taking daily photos with the iPhone was fun and easy, the hard part was consolidating them, picking which ones to process, and ultimately choosing which to post. Blogging them this way made it more difficult. But it's the way I wanted to do it.
I'm ending 365 in Lo-Fi with this last batch :
Recommended App : Project 365
June 12, 2012 to June 12, 2013. One year of iPhone photos, from the iPhone 4 to the 5, the vibrant colored to the black and whites. Switching from one app to the next until I get the processing I want, but I know for sure Snapseed was the one constant. Shooting everyday, then spend a day or two culling the photos and processing my favorites for posting and inclusion in 365 in Lo-Fi. Some standout photos, some memorable ones, and also a lot of forgettable snaps. All in all, it was a project that satisfied my photography craving... each and every day.
Thank you for following. Here's where the story ends.
365 in Lo-Fi
For a whole year (365 days), I took a photo with my mobile phone camera and presented them here, in batches. Lower quality as the technology is still improving, just the same phone photography has altered the way people take and look at pictures.