Day 2 of 2013 – Tabletop Teapot

We went over to Phó Saigon for dinner tonight. I was fiddling with my iPhone when the waiter brought the teapot to the table. Since we were talking about using Snapseed yesterday I thought I’d process this one using only Snapseed. It took me about 3 minutes. I guarantee if you use Snapseed on your photos they’ll all look just so much better than the bland photo that comes directly out of your iphone camera.

tabletop teapot at Pho Saigon
tabletop teapot at Pho Saigon

– Photos processed on iPhone and uploaded with Blogpress to

Location:Railroad Ave,Pleasanton,United States

Captain Photo
Captain Photo
I have been taking photographs for 35 years. Ansel Adams was still alive then and he was my mentor & inspiration. IN the early days I only photographed in black and white landscape photography. I feel this discipline taught me to visualize my subjects in terms of lines, form, and texture first before considering color. Landscape photography continues to be my passion and today my images are so much more real through the application of HDR photography techniques. Today I use skills learned from my decades of focus on photographic art to create unique fine art and, sometimes whimsical, images more real than life,
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