And to have the luxury of being able to process your files as you go, is something that twenty years ago was the stuff of science-fiction. I use a wonderful App called 'Snapseed' to add some character to my images, which I became familiar with four or five years ago. I have an iPhone and the image quality can be fighteningly good, although the native size is just a little over 8" x 10". However, it is possible to upsize the images and if your images have great content, nobody is going to quibble about a little fall off in quality.
As we get closer to Autumn we can expect a lot more atmosphereic sunrises and certainly some mist shrouded mornings. I will be running some Photography Workshops in the Savernake Forest, very soon. If you don't have a DSLR, panic not! My workshops are for anybody who just loves to shoot pictures. And who doesn't these days? If you don't have a DSLR, but you do shoot on your smartphone, come and join us and I can show you how to squeeze the best qulaity from your phone camera.
The image on this blog was shot on an iPhone 6. I processed it in 'Snapseed' whilst I was in the forest and although it is not pinsharp, the atmosphere in the image wins out.