For my birthday I went on a trip to do some rapelling under a waterfall. But in order to get to this waterfall, I had to get on a train and then do a 2 hour hike. The photo was taken where the train stops and the hike begins. This was in Tobia, Colombia
My best friend, Craig Williams is the head organist at West Point Military Academy's Cadet Chapel, and was invited this summer to perform a recital at the Cathedral of the Angels in downtown Los Angeles - he is the tiny little thing sitting under all of those pipes..
Shot with my Lumia 1020; Cropped in Adobe PS Express, and Blacked in BlackApp - Enjoy!!
Title - Puddling the gateway!
Shot with Lumia 1020 and black and white edit done in Photoshop.
About the shot - Took this at Gateway of India, one of the famous place in Mumbai, India. As it is monsoon season in India it gives some good opportunities to capture the reflections (puddlegrams)
Woke up to find no water in the tank and waited while the motor filled the tank. Clicked this photo from my Lumia 525 from the terrace. The hill behind the cloud is Mussorrie, Uttarakhand, India.
The app used is Photo Shader (for Windows phone) for editing.
Just saw some lights laid out on a ground so took my Lumia 520 and captured the colourful lights on it.Not only red,blue,green etc colours are beautiful but black also has a different beauty of its own!!!!This photo is taken in India-Maharashtra,Pune on the Nokia Camera app and edited on the Lumia Creative Studio app.
Clicked this Church pic this morning. Its called "Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Church", Panjim, Goa is one of the oldest churches in Goa, which existed from the year 1540.
Clicked with my Lumia 1520 and edited with Fantasia Painter.
taken this summer by 920/Nokia Cam Beta or Pro Camera, not sure, greyscaled and inverted in IrfanView ( I know, right? ). The grasshopper turned out pretty good I dare say! I have to debug my bass skills :smile:
Phone: Nokia Lumia 620 Location: New Delhi, India Apps used: Black and Nokia Camera for a bit of reframing
I was on my way to work when the bus I was on had a breakdown, which was terrible considering that the temperature was above 40? Celsius and the bus stop was quite a long distance away. Along the way I came across this group of labourers taking shelter from the sweltering sun while waiting for work. The oldest amongst them (the subject in the picture) was taking a nap while the rest of them were chatting away when I took the picture. A bit of reframing and a dash of editing later, I ended up with this picture.
Two things are guaranteed in Michigan; wild weather and construction. This is a glimpse of the latter. I passed this site almost daily on my way to work this summer and happened to catch a good angle one day. I believe these will be future apartments for Wayne State students or professionals who live in the Midtown, Detroit area.