Seattle Light.

I seem to have had some magical light following me around during our visit to Seattle yesterday, and it allowed me to get photos with a particular quality of light I have been trying to create for a while. I haven’t posted digital or iphone photos here in a while, but I’m not sure the few film photos I shot will actually be able to outdo these, at least in terms of that quality I’m talking about. [I guess technically they should since the light didn’t change, so we’ll see.] Sometimes I think there is a certain kind of light in which the iPhone’s camera really shines.

The iPhone photos were edited in a mix of afterlight and vsco.

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8 thoughts on “Seattle Light.

  1. I love the images and the only way I could tell the difference (I think) was the way your camera shows a shallow depth of field in the up close photos of the food and your water mark on the bottom? other than that you are right about the fantastic lighting. What a great place you were able to spend the day. The last shot is pretty cool, looks like an old sailor. I have not heard about afterlight and vsco.

    • hi tracie!
      thanks for your comment. the watermark should be on all the photos, probably less visible since the iphone shots are busier and like you say not shallow dof.
      i adore, adore, adore that old sailor guy. that was the story i gave him too. and he kept popping up all over the market! afterlight and vsco are apps for phone photography, and they are a lot of fun.

  2. carlos the jackal on said:

    He didn’t say anything about an albatross did he?

  3. stunning sweetie!!! you have made me fall in love with the iphone all over again!!! xxxooo

  4. i adore all of these! what beautiful spaces & light to accompany them. i also love the “sailor” guy at the end…where were those two photos taken in seattle?

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