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Loving my camera on the iPhone and photo processings apps.... Here you will find the results of my personal creativity challenge--posted one picture a day for years-now it happens a lot less. The post processing is done using only iPhone or iPad apps. Explore! Enjoy!

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Reflections at Redbox

Just a normal trip to the grocery store, actually a trip to the Redbox machine at the new Harmon's Station Park store, again taught me this important lesson--the most important camera is the one you have with you.  I had found the Redbox machine with the movie we wanted and reserved the movie from home.  Now all I needed to do was to pick it up.  So then I get to the machine and there is a line of several people in front of me.  Of course each of these several people had their young children with them, had no idea what movie they wanted, and were taking forever scrolling through the movie list and trying to satisfy their young ones.  Of course the young kids can never make a decision when faced with so many choices.

So I am growing impatient with this process and wondering why me.  After checking my email and pacing around my little spot in line, I finally looked up and noticed my surroundings.  It was only then that I noticed this great photo opportunity right in front of me.  It never would have come to my attention if I had not been forced to wait so long in line behind these indecisive parents and kids.  I pointed my iphone camera into the store window to capture these reflections.  Some tweaks in my favorite processing apps--Filterstorm and PhotoStudio and this is the final result.  Yep, the most important camera is the one you have with you.

Reflections at Redbox

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