Posts under ‘iPhone’

Skyline to the Seene

Christine and I spent a few days hiking from Saratoga to Santa Cruz via the “Skyline to the Sea” trail. I pulled my iPhone out a few times along the hike and took these images with the Seene app. By the way, these things are pretty clunky as GIFs, but they look great in the […]

Loading screen tips from Fallout Shelter for iOS

Like many of you, I’ve been completely hooked on Bethesda’s Fallout Shelter game for iOS. It’s addictive, and silly, and artistically well done. I even like, for the most part, the way they kept the in-game tutorial really breif and let you figure things out on your own. After a couple of play throughs though, […]

Gifs from Sutro Baths

On Saturday, Christine and I hoped onto our bikes to go check out the Community Music Center location in the Richmond. We are big fans of their Mission location, right next to our house, but Christine is signing up for some more advanced classes and will have to start making the ride out to the […]

The Longest Instant

Finally, a GIF that embodies that feeling of waiting for a Polaroid to develop. I split up the Apple loading animation and transferred it onto 8 frames of Impossible Project film (aka the Polaroid replacement) using an Instant Lab, then photographed and animated with my iPhone. Be sure to check out my follow up Polaroid […]

DeepGlitch: creating glitchy iOS images with depth

It’s been around for years, but I’ve recently found myself spending a lot of time with the Seene app again. Seene is an iOS & Android app that allows you to create photos that are auto-magically converted into 3D renders. I used it for these Alcatraz photos from a few months back. Seene’s effect is […]