Mobile Monday Challenge – 30 September 2019

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  • #420581

    Usual rules. Open Topic. All images submitted must be taken on the sensor of a mobile device, and any editing done on a mobile device (smart phone or tablet).

    Street Art – iPhone Xr, SOOC.

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  • #420583

    P71
    Participant

    Excellent David.

  • #420584

    P71
    Participant

    Thanks David.

    • #421575

      Graham Hart
      Participant

      Ah the memories. I remember when crisp packets had little sachets of salt in them for you to salt your own or not.

  • #420629

    Kent DuFault
    Participant

    Very nice David!

  • #420630

    Preston
    Participant

    Took a trip to St Louis and found this view.

     

    Samsung Galaxy s6 edited in Snapseed

    • #420635

      Kent DuFault
      Participant

      Very nice! I absolutely love the Arch. Did you go up in it? That’s an experience!

      • #420702

        Preston
        Participant

        It’s certainly an amazing structure. First time I’ve seen it close up. Unfortunately we didn’t go up. We were trying to pack as much Saint Louis in as we could. Maybe next time

    • #421577

      Graham Hart
      Participant

      What a great effect in the water. Had to look twice to make sure it wasn’t fire. That looks like a heck of a climb inside that arch.

  • #420632

    Kent DuFault
    Participant

    We had nice weather this weekend, so we took a hike. That’s the Mississippi River in the background. iPhone 8+

    • #420751

      Tersha
      Keymaster

      Looks idyllic Kent!

      • #420758

        P71
        Participant

        I love those shadows , a very lovely photo overall.

        • #421003

          Kent DuFault
          Participant

          Thanks Pat. I think about this at times… how we all strive to capture the perfect picture that will appeal to the multitudes and garner us attention. But… it’s photographs like this one that truly mean the most to me.

      • #421002

        Kent DuFault
        Participant

        Thanks Diane!

    • #421578

      Graham Hart
      Participant

      Looks like a great place to be Kent. Wise words too. Getting that personal emotional connection across to others is a good thing but perhaps not always the ultimate goal when we press the shutter?

  • #420684

    Erik Fransman
    Participant

    “Turkey Dinner”. Galaxy S7edge, no editing. Shot on vacation in the Italian Dolomites last week.

  • #420713

    Erik Fransman
    Participant

    x

  • #420727

    Erik Fransman
    Participant

    Good shot David. That’s an angry-looking baby with “angry” background colors. What’s the artwork called?

  • #420749

    Tersha
    Keymaster

    Interesting shot David, do you know the story behind the artwork?

    @dchester1001

    • #421148

      Thanks Diane & Erik.

      I am unsure what the artwork is called, it was painted as part of G20 beautification. It is part of s series that highlights the plight of indigenous children in Australia – their overall health and mortality rate.

  • #420750

    Tersha
    Keymaster

    rainy day feathers ….
    A female pheasant was preening herself in the rain, outside my back door a few days ago, and left these behind!

    rainy day feathers

    iPhone 6s+, Snapseed

    • #420759

      P71
      Participant

      Awesome looking photo.

    • #421241

      Kent DuFault
      Participant

      Love this!

    • #421580

      Graham Hart
      Participant

      How nice of her to provide you with this image Diane. Ticks a lot of boxes, odd number, secondary diagonal, texture galore. Love it.

  • #420755

    SimonParks
    Participant

    Can’t wait to get my sticky fingers on the new iPhone 11 pro max!

    For now, will make do with an 8!

    Just another peaceful evening!

    And the mighty snapseed

    • #421581

      Graham Hart
      Participant

      Looking at this makes me want to listen to;

  • #421216

    Graham Hart
    Participant

    Lesson: Never leave chalk board signs outside your business on a public holiday.

  • #421343

    P71
    Participant

    • #421476

      Solid shot @patrickw

      • #421485

        P71
        Participant

        Thank you Rob , playing in my sisters garden she has lots of stuff growing unlike me so good excuse to call in for a coffee ;).

    • #421582

      Graham Hart
      Participant

      Very nice Pat. Super colour against the white BG makes it for me.

  • #421452

    Taken with the Slow Shutter app and edited in LR Mobile.

    • #421583

      Graham Hart
      Participant

      This is a great shot Rob. Lots of mood. Does the slow shutter app require a stable platform like a tripod or resting the phone on solid ground? This looks like quite a low POV.

  • #421470

    P71
    Participant

    Street alley

    • #421584

      Graham Hart
      Participant

      Nice capture Pat. Certainly has ‘street alley’ written all over it. Where’s a sleeping drunk when you need one?

  • #421499

    Graham Hart
    Participant

    Couldn’t resist a selfie with the great man himself. Spent a wonderful evening last night roaming the streets of Adelaide City till the wee hours learning all about Light Painting with David Chesterfield and friends. Thanks David for a great night (posts to follow soon).

  • #421568

    Frank
    Participant

    Which bargain shirts did go for, bad boy, Graham?

  • #421569

    Frank
    Participant

    P71,  keep that alley shot.  I see great potential for a future composite photo!

  • #421576

    Graham Hart
    Participant

    Warning: This post belongs to the first pic in this thread.

    Amazing some of the unknown artists getting around. Lot of talent in this work.

  • #421670

    Graham Hart
    Participant

    The Maestro in action. I like this shot because you can see the light painting building up on the camera screen as David twirls the light source. Sums up the process nicely I think.

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