My lovely Alexis, taken with Canon EOS 5D mkII, EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM, transferred to Nexus 7, edited with Snapseed. A lot of technical stuff, but this was a fun experiment. A method to publish photos made with my ”big” camera, without having a laptop with Lightroom 4 installed.
Pros: my tablet is 1.3 kg lighter than my Ultra book.
Cons: I cannot work with raw format.
Today winter is fighting back.
Today mother was morning tired. Not very talkative.
My love, at least two of them. This photo was taken with a small advanced compact camera Canon PowerShot S110, transferred via WiFi to my mobile phone Sony Xperia acro S, edited on my phone with Snapseed, and then uploaded to my blog. Kind of neat, don’t you think?
The possibility to go skiing this winter season has been limited, where I live. But since a week or so I can ski in the nearby nature!
Last Sunday I had 15 minutes to go before celebration for my mother started, so I drove down to the beach / marina Domsand, to take a few photos. Lake Vättern is a large lake in comparison, number 6 in Europe, so for me I often get a feeling of sea when I visit this lake!
Already when I took this photo last week, I published a similar one, taken with my mobile: EyeEm @rune. On the mobile photo I put a filter (EyeEm) to change the light a little bit; affect also the white balance.
When you compare a mobile photo with a photo taken with a DSLR and quality lens, you can of course see some difference (note: click on the photo above to get a bigger version). The white balance can be a little strange, you lose quality as soon as you process the photo, and you do not get the a really crisp photo with a mobile. But many times a mobile phone is a enough for a photo you want to publish on the web with limited size, and foremost you can publish a mobile photo right away if you have Internet connection.
Several interesting exhibitions at Fotografiska, among others Sally Mann: A Matter Of Time.
My cute little niece Lisa; adorable!
During lunch, I went by bicycle to the Culture House Spira and its fine restaurant; I was craving a nice cup of macchiato! To my dismay, I discovered that the restaurant and its bar lacks a proper coffee machine! What a scandal!