My flickr contact and friend Gary Sharp posted this wonderful abstract of striations in sand dunes on the Dellenback Trail on the south coast of Oregon. Taken with his iPhone 7.
Apple has put up a new page of tutorials on how to do various kinds of photography using an iPhone 7. They’re brilliantly designed, and very easy to follow.
I don’t have an iPhone 7 (6s) but much of this stuff is useful to any iPhone owner.
My flickr contact and friend Gary Sharp took this picture near the summit of Humbug Mountain on the southern Oregon coast with his iPhone 7 and the Hipstamatic app.
My flickr contact and friend Gary Sharp posted another fantastic image of a pool in the middle of dunes on the Dellenback Trail on the Oregon coast. This was taken with his iPhone 7.
My flickr contact and friend Gary Sharp posted another beautiful image of the Oregon dunes with both footsteps in the sand and a beautifully shaped little pond. The right edge of the pond is simply wonderful. This was taken with an iPhone 7.
My flickr contact and friend Gary Sharp hit the jackpot again on the Oregon coast with his iPhone 7. Yardangs are the raised portions of sand.
My flickr contact and friend Gary Sharp took this incredible shot just a moment ago on the Dellenback trail on the Oregon coast. The shadows on the dunes and the sky, wow.
He sent it to me via text and I told him if he posted it to Flickr I’d blog it. He did that from his iPhone and here it is. I tell you, this technology is pretty incredible, coast to coast in a few minutes and no doubt people in Europe and Asia are going to see this as soon as I hit “post.”
My flickr contact and friend Gary Sharp posted these great images of striated layers of sand dune on the Dellenback Trail on the Oregon coast. He took them with his iPhone 7.
My flickr contact and good friend Gary Sharp has captured a brewing storm kicking up a fierce wind on the southern Oregon coast with his iPhone 7.
Gary was texting me images and video in real time yesterday while he was out there and I could see on my computer’s radar that it was a big storm he was in the middle of.
This second image is actually a video* and you’ll have to click through to Flickr to play it. It’s worthwhile, the wind and blowing sand is quite amazing.
*Now that Yahoo is completely broken I doubt things like video controls in Flickr embeds will be fixed any time soon. Sorry.