One of my favorite iPhone photography apps out there is called KitCam. I have used just about every photography app under the sun with my iPhone, but I continually come back to just a few same ones, time after time, and KitCam is one of them. Just as I post my Instagram photos, I feel that I should also post some of my other iPhoneography here, to show that not everything in photography is about the quality of your equipment. I won’t have a regular posting schedule for these, but here are a few I took this past week.
A few weeks ago I discovered a new photo printing company that focuses heavily on printing iPhone photos, called Printstagram. Their prices were cheap and the product looked high quality, so I figured I would give them a test run to see how good they really were. My prints arrived on Thursday, and I was not disappointed. I should note that I was not given anything for this review, I was just so happy with what I received that I felt other folks should know about it.
The review is below the cut. I hope you find it helpful.
Last weekend I had a great opportunity to expand the portraiture section of my portfolio by photographing these two lovely boys and their mom down in La Plata, Maryland. Harry and Edward were both very well-behaved, and though it was sometimes challenging to keep their attention, I got some really great shots, including a few with their family of chickens! I will post a more complete set later, but for now, here are a few early favorites.
This past weekend I had a lovely fall-themed shoot with Chris and Natasha up near Dulles, VA. They wanted to make good use of the beautiful fall foliage that Virginia has at the moment to take some photos for Christmas cards, etc, so we went out to Walney Park, a lovely local park for an evening. It was my first time shooting a couple since July, and my first time doing this type of shoot in quite awhile. Portrait sessions are always a little awkward for me to shoot, especially outdoors, but I really enjoy the results and the more of them I do, the more comfortable I become.
Here are a few “early releases” from the shoot. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do!