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Ok this isn’t an actual seat, its a wheelchair from way back when. The owners of this house do actually use it as a chair to lounge around. I thought it was cool looking and was a great photo opportunity.
I took this with my iphone 3gs and the post processing was done with the app. Until tomorrow, keep snapping…


You are looking at a Tarahumara teenager in front of a pollo restaurant. When I asked her if I could take her picture she said it was OK but that I had to give her some CORIMA (money in their dialect) and then started to laugh. Although they speak some spanish they have their own dialect which is their primary means of communication. She is wearing their traditional dress which they are also known for. I love this portrait and the story behind it.
This picture was taken with an iphone 3g and the post processing was done with the BestCamera app. Until tomorrow, keep snapping.

This was shot while I was driving home a few days ago. I was on a complete stop waiting for the light to change when I saw this potential shot. There are many places here in town like this that make for a cool picture.
This was shot with an iphone 3gs and post processed with my new app called BestCamera. Until tomorrow, keep snapping…

I like to take pictures of things that have reflections. I like to do this because it mimics a popular format back in the films days called double exposure. I took this picture outside of Chase field where the Arizona Diamondbacks play baseball.
This picture was taken with and iphone 3gs and processed with the polarize app and cropped with photoeffects. Until tomorrow, keep snapping…

Everywhere I go I see images. Its like I see everything inside a square where I can compose my next shot. Ok not all the time but almost all the time and that is why you see the image above. I took this inside a hanger/shop for a tile mosaics program near my office. I love the lines and the rustic look this image has. Its the kind of photograph you see hanging inside a Chipotle Restaurant.
Anyway, this was shot with an iphone 3g and the post was done with the Snapbox app. Until tomorrow, keep snapping…

One of the many reasons I love living here in Arizona is these spectacular sunsets. It’s like a different set of colors and textures in the sky every day. The combination of the Saguaros (in silhouette) and the gorgeous backdrop make this picture one of my favorite cell phone pics. I exposed for the background and that is why the picture is a little dark but by doing this I was able to saturate the sunset colors and create that silhouette on the Saguaros.
This picture was taken with an iPhone 3gs with no post processing.

Todays picture is an example of making ordinary things unordinary. Can you tell what the subject is? Of coarse, I added some post processing which adds to the mistery of the picture but that is just part of the process to give it that unordinary look. I love the way the picture turned out. It almost seems like it’s looking back at you.
I took this picture at a local grocery store. It was taken with an iPhone 3gs and the post processing was done with tiltshift app, polarize app, snapbox app and cropforfree app. You can find all these iPhone applications on iTunes.

I had a really hard time with this picture because I just couldn’t decide if I wanted to post it in color on in B&W. I really love the way the rust looks in both of these formats. Anyway, as you can see I decided to go with the monochrome at the end. Sometimes, as an artist, you just have to make those types of decisions an not look back. If you do, you will never finish any kind of work. Well enough of the lecturing, this was shot a few weeks ago near my place of employment. The subject is an old car that, no matter what angle you shot it at, it was an amazing shot. I could have literally stayed there taking pictures of this Cadillac all day. The lines, curves, built and on and on of this vehicle were just fascinating. This car belongs to a friend at work and Im really glad he brought it over that day.
This picture was shot with my Iphone 3gs and the post processing was done with the CameraBag app and the SnapBox app. Until tomorrow, keep snapping…