Captured on an iPhone 4 using ClassicPAN; post processed with Painteresque, Blender, Iris on an iPad 2.

Sunday, December 9, 2012

Fall scenery in the Smoky Mountains... iPhone style!

This is an iPhone image from my recent trip to the Smoky Mountains on a marvelous photo tour with John Barclay and Dan Sniffin. As always, you may view it larger by clicking the image. (Follow the links for more information on apps that I've either reviewed or covered in more detail elsewhere)

Smoky Mountain Tennessee; iPhone fall scene
Post processing of the native iPhone 4s camera images included merging in True HDR, then using PerfectPhoto to crop and sharpen a the image a bit. Photo fx Ultra processing (taking advantage of the Add Layer feature to stack filters) was used to add Photographic/Light Balancing, Diffusion/Warm Center Spot (no blur) and Lens/Vignette/Black Square with default settings reduced to give just a bit of vignette around the edges. A+ Signature was used to sign the image. NOTE that A+ Signature has recently had a significant upgrade so my tutorial might need to be updated also.

For completely different look to this same scene, visit my other photography blog post.


  1. beautiful classic fall shot, I also like the light quality here. Kinda of soft and fussy.

  2. It was fun to see the two different effects, Victoria. I'm hard-pressed to choose which I like better. But I still come back to being GOBSMACKED by what you can do with that iPhone!

  3. You make sense out of the most complex topics.

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