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Some first pictures with the iPhone 5. Facebook readers will want to skip this post if you're not interested in my first impressions of the iPhone 5 camera -- you've already seen the pictures. All but one received some light processing in Lightroom. The last one I processed in Photoshop Touch, and then finished in Lightroom. The process between Photoshop Touch, Adobe's Creative Cloud and the PC isn't entirely seamless, but it's not bad.

Most of the shots were taken with the room lights at their usual dim settings. The low-light conditions were a good test of the camera, and the noise was apparent, but not horrible -- far better than the HTC Thunderbolt it replaced.

 

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Rte 27 Farm

On her way to going grocery shopping at the little family-owned store up the road, Donna passes a really neat looking farm. When the light and sky are right, there's a really interesting pattern to the fields. Today, we were out for a drive and passed the farm -- and I was smart enough to bring my camera along.

All of the pictures were shot hand-held with my Sony Alpha SLT-A35 and the Tamron 18-270, and processed in my usual selection of imaging applications: Photoshop CC with various Topaz plug-ins, Lightroom 5, or Nik Snapseed (no longer available for PCs or Macs).