One of my favorite things about upgrading to the iPhone 4 from the 3G is the 5-megapixel camera. Granted, it’s no competition for a professional DSLR camera, but the pictures the iPhone 4 produces are still pretty dang snazzy. Pair it up with the Camera+ app I wrote about the other day and you have a winning formula for some really neat pictures. I took the picture below just before turning in last night. Aside from the angled self-portrait I posted in the Camera+ post, this may be one of my favorite pictures taken on my iPhone to date.
I’ve been playing around with a new camera app for my iPhone over the last few days called Camera+. It’s a pretty sweet little utility that allows you to snap pictures and apply some ready-to-use filters. My favorite, by far, is the Grunge filter as it creates some pretty gnarly-looking images. Here’s a sampling:
If you enjoy photography on your iPhone, I recommend this app. It’s less than a buck in the App store.
Take a close look at this photo. Actually, check that. View it at a comfortable reading distance and let your eyes go slightly out of focus, like you’re trying to look at something behind the photo.
Does anyone else get the sense of cloud motion?