This being the fourth Phoneography Monday of the month, digital ring tone shooters can choose a topic off the à la carte menu for this week’s challenge.
Because I’ve been sorta-kinda on vacation for the past two weeks, I compiled quite a few TRAVEL shots, so that’ll be the category of this phoneographic photo shoot around the Province of Trento in the Trentino Alto Adige region in northern Italy.
Armed with my iPhone 5, with its nifty panorama camera function, here are a handful of frames with some very elongated fields of view.
To view more great photos captured with a handheld device by my fellow digital ringtone shooters, just click HERE.
If you occasionally shoot with an iThingie, why not join in the fun and hone your craft. There’s a rotating Phoneography Challenge each and every Monday. For details, visit Sally’s Lens and Pens by Sally.
Until next Monday, let your phone be your lens.
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Bellissima quella zona e Canale di Tenno è un vero gioiello !
Ciao Tom !
E verro, Max. Grazie.
Very impressive for phone images! Canale di Tenno looks worth an explore…. 🙂
Sue — It’s quite the little village and worth a visit. I’ll be posting an article about it soon with lots more photos. The iPhone 5’s panorama feature is one of the work horses in my kit.
Oh, great, looking forward to your post on this village….
G’day and GORGEOUS photos Tom!
Brightened my day! Love panoramic views!
Thanks, Joanne! Have a g’day Down Under. 🙂
These are cool shots. I wonder which would be cheaper – an i-thingie or a panoramic lens. I don’t carry a mobile (as they say in the UK) so I would buy the i-thingie just for taking pictures. What a crazy world of technology we live in. 😀 What crazy people we are (I am) – I would prefer to carry a heavy camera over a little phone because I travel light around my dot on the map.
Pat — I don’t believe there is a panoramic lens camera add-on, but there are cameras that do only panoramas. Rather than run out a buy a new camera — save the $s for an iPhone 5 or 5S — check your current DSLR and read up on “sticking,” where you shoot several shots along the same plane then stitch them together, via a software program like PhotoShop, for the panoramic effect. That said, it’s a snap with the iPhone 5 panorama lens setting. Just start from left or right and then pan slowly, keeping the arrow on a level plane. It takes practice, but the results are pretty cool.
You’ve created a marvelous gallery of panoramic images–each engaging. Hope that you are “cured.” Happy Phoneography Challenge.
Sally — Still waiting for the “results to come in” on the H2O therapy. Not to worry, I’ll go back for another session in six months. I’ve seen some improvement and hope that it’ll continue to sway on the good side of the ledger. Glad you liked this set of very wide views.
I always enjoy your panoramas… it just such a very different world from over here. 🙂
WLIAF — Thanks. Europe is different than Asia, assuming that’s where u r.
Your photographs are stunning! Loving the panoramas. There seems to be a knack of getting those right. Ive only had the new phone a couple of weeks and not been happy with any yet, you manage it brilliantly! Great post! 🙂
Amanda — It took a while for me to get the hang of it. Keep practicing and you’ll start seeing good results. Keep a steady hand and pan slowly. Thanks for stopping by and vieiwing these phoneographic panoramas.
Thanks for the tips, after seeing your excellent photos I’m looking forward to practising with it! 😀