Showing posts with label Droid X. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Droid X. Show all posts

Tuesday, August 30, 2011


- This is actually a really big spoon, about four foot long hung on the wall at the Skinny Dip Frozen Yogurt store on Colley Avenue in Norfolk Virginia's Ghent neighborhood. The sense of scale is completely lost with no visual reference point in the photo. Droid X using the Vignette app.

Sunday, August 28, 2011

New Toy

- Here's my new toy. It survived Irene parked safely in the Westin parking garage at Town Center in Virginia Beach, VA. Droid X, Black & White using the Vignette camera app.

Sunday, August 21, 2011


- Sometimes when looking through the viewfinder or at the LCD screen on a camera you see something unexpected. What to do, why press the shutter of course. Droid X using Vignette for Android.

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Dirt Shirt

- My grandson Robert in his "DIRT" shirt. Droid X using Vignette for Android.

Thursday, July 28, 2011

Free Beer

- Got your attention with that title, didn't I. Sitting outside on the deck at the Market Street Inn in historic downtown Salisbury Maryland. Very cool old downtown and the dinner was outstanding. Droid X camera phone, using the Vignette app.

Friday, May 27, 2011

Mixed Messages

Mixed messages on the doorway of this flower shop in Virginia Beach Virginia. Open - closed, Roses 12.99/doz - no soliciting. Droid X camera phone, 1/520 sec @ f/2.8, ISO 400, no flash.

Sunday, May 1, 2011

Ice Cold Tea

- A glass of ice cold tea a southern tradition. We had dinner tonight at the No Frill Grill in Norfolk, Virginia and sat on the open patio. It was a glorious evening and the late afternoon sun was nicely illuminating Cindy's ice tea. She was kind of enough to wait for me to take the picture, actually five, before having a drink. I really appreciate the way she suffers for my art. Droid X camera phone in macro mode, no flash.

Sunday, January 30, 2011

La Fourchette

- This picture is a take off on a very famous photograph by André Kertész one of my favorite masters of the art of light. Certainly not up to the master's standards but OK for a Droid X camera phone and thirty people in a tiny restaurant watching. We had a great diner tonight at Voilà with our friends Susan and Duane. French cooking was appropriate since Kertész made his famous photo in Paris in 1928. Cindy gets an assist for holding the folk in place just outside of the frame. Droid X, 1/15 sec @ f/2.8, ISO 800, converted to black & white in Lightroom 3.