Old 06-16-2019, 06:24 PM   #1
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So yesterday was a first for me. With my Pentax DSLR having exposure issues I had to use my iPhone for photography. While this photo is not the first iPhone picture accepted, it is the first one to be shot, processed and uploaded from my phone. I used free apps MOLDIV and Image Size to edit and resize the image.
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Old 06-17-2019, 01:44 AM   #2
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I continued to be surprised at what I can do with my S9 and photoshop on the phone. I will sometimes use my phone to edit shots from my DJI (which is basically a flying cell phone camera) as well.


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I continue to be surprised that phones can take quality photos at all!

Anything going on at the nearby East Broad Top?
The Silverton of the East needs to be operating, not just stuffed and mounted!
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Old 06-18-2019, 09:39 PM   #4
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I took this one with an IPhone 7+ almost 3 years ago. I think that model was the first iPhone that allowed 3rd party apps to save photos in the Adobe DNG format. I captured it with an app called ProCam and edited the RAW file with Photoshop. I thought it turned out well and I was very impressed with the camera. My current phone is the X-Max and I can tell the camera in it is even better, especially in low light.

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Old 06-19-2019, 12:06 AM   #5
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Anything going on at the nearby East Broad Top?
The Silverton of the East needs to be operating, not just stuffed and mounted!
Nothing at all. I donít know what the future holds. I saw a volunteer at the Trolley Museum and asked him about it. He said the steam engines are still in the round house. I walked over to the round house windows but I couldnít see in through the glare until I got my face very close to the screen on the window and then magically the nameplate and number on the engineís smokebox door appeared in my vision like a apparition. A ghost from the past.

Shame on me for not making it a priority to see and I only live 2.5 hrs away.
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