Through the Lens of an iPhone: The Heidelberg Project
The following iPhoneography photos were taken during my visits to The Heidelberg Project in Detroit, Michigan. The Heidelberg Project is an art installation using old houses and fields on the east side of Detroit. Many of the installations have themes and use found objects in their creation.
iPhoneography is the art of creating photos with an Apple iPhone. This is a style of mobile photography that differs from other forms of digital photography in that images are both shot and processed entirely on the iOS device. The images on this page were taken with and adjusted on my iPhone. Because I am posting these photos after the fact, I did use my laptop to make slight cropping and color adjustments on a few of the photos. All of these adjustments could have been very easily made with the iPhone alone, however. Please feel free to use and share these images according to the Creative Commons License below.
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