Cellular Composition
So if you haven't noticed, I'm a thief. I jack ideas sometimes. Well, I was reading Lyrin's blog yesterday, and she had this really cool idea of trying to compose good pictures with nothing but your cell phone. She said she was using a 3.2 mp camera. Well, I though it was a good idea. I remembered that I had tried this before, but my camera is only a 1.3mp. I like the way the picture looks on my phone, but I'm not sure what'll look like here, but I thought, hey, why not? So here you go. What I do in my spare time!
I wanted desperately to edit it, kick up the color some and crop out the cars at the bottom, but that wouldn't be true to what I was trying to accomplish. Hope you enjoy. I'll be starting on my Not Me! Monday post later this evening bc as we've discussed earlier, I'm awesome at forgetting things. Well, now I'm off to therapy. YAY!

2 Responses
  1. Katie Says:

    that turned out great, good job! Lyryn is my sister-in-law :) She has some great ideas and is a great photographer!


    katieballa.blogspot.com


  2. Lyryn Says:

    Woohoo, I started something! I'm honored! And good job for a 1.3mp picture, keep it up!!

    I know what you mean about editing; I wanted to edit mine so badly, but I resisted!
    Can't wait to see more!


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