Posted on March 17, 2013 by Bob Berwyn
A little iPhoneography …
Sunrise on what usually is an island far out in the receding waters of Dillon Reservoir. Yes, the drought is a problem, but I’ve had the opportunity to take some landscape shots that I couldn’t otherwise get, at least not without a boat.
FRISCO — I’m finally starting to figure out the whole iCloud thing, and in the process, I rediscovered a bunch of iPhone photos that I thought were long gone. I wouldn’t want to rely on my iPhone exclusively for landscape photography, but this series shows that, with the right light, the little camera can perform alongside many fancier units. Visit our online FineArt America gallery for more Summit County scenics, available as fine art prints or greeting cards.
Meadow Creek wetlands at dusk, Frisco, Colorado.
A November shot highlights the new ice on a calm Dillon Reservoir inlet.
November’s full moon rises over the Continental Divide.
I was truly impressed by how well the iPhone camera handled the contrast between the sunlit snow in the foreground while still picking up details in the shadows below Dillon Dam.
Snake River sunrise, with the iPhone camera picking up a few rays of sunlight.
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