Today’s The Daily Shoot’s assignment is: “Illustrate or show depth of one kind or another in a photograph today.”

Today’s assignment was fun! With the curtains drawn and the Christmas tree lights on, I decided to try Sasi’s lighting technique and used “Light”, which is an app on my iPhone! When I read Sasi’s post I was most impressed that he used an iPhone app and just had to try it! The iPhone was to camera right and I used a reflector to illuminate the “Canon Made in Japan” text. πŸ˜€

Thanx Sasi!!!




22 thoughts on “Depth

  1. excellent shot david !!!! this should be in canon’s xmas catalogue πŸ™‚ sharp where it needs to be and also like how the tree and lights come intp play – the whole picture just balances so well !! well done – great idea

  2. Wow… this is very good. I was trying to get something similar on Saturday, failed miserably however. I need to check out Sasi’s posting.. and wait until I upgrade my iPhone πŸ˜‰ Well done.

  3. Very creative shot David. Love the Christmas tree reflection inside the lens and the festive colors. It’s a great advertisment photo for the lens. πŸ™‚

    It’s amazing how sophisticated the cell phone has become…

    • Emily, I had never thought of using my iPhone as a light source until Sasi posted that he had! I like how it turned out especially how the Christmas tree turned out! I also really like how the lights ended up being, I have never really done any light bokeh before. πŸ˜€

  4. I do believe the holiday season has brought out your best seeing! I love the color in this photo. The iPhone ha beens my biggest craving right simply because of the camera apps.

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  6. What a great photograph. It looks very professional–and what a creative take on depth. Beautiful focus, lighting and colour.

    I signed up to get the daily shots in my emails–but it didn’t work somehow. Still, I’ve had all afternoon to think of something and I haven’t… yet.

  7. As a non-iPhone user who happened to be stumble upon this amazing photography, I have to ask you this; what does the “Light” app on iPhone actually do? The overall atmosphere of your photo is very warm and I can almost hear the Christmas carol, but I just can’t stop wondering!

    • Thank you for stopping by, hope you have enjoyed what you have seen and hope to see you back!

      Sorry about that, I should have explained what the “Light” app is, simply put, it’s an app which uses the iPhone 4 camera flash as a flashlight!

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