I found this flower down at the lakeshore.
It’s a wonderful Easter Sunday evening, and a ride on my bicycle seems like a splendid idea!
During my lunch walk I enjoyed the lovely view by the huge lake. It was calm.
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.
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.