Davide Capponi photography

Photographic art by Davide Capponi

On the corner

This is a house in Milano. This has been shot with my iPhone 4s with an Olloclip wide lens. The app used to shot the image was HDR Pro, cropping and adjustments were done using Snapseed, further editing was done using Dynamic Light, Pic Grunger and PhotoToaster.

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12 Responses to “On the corner”

  1. andy1076

    Hi Davide

    Thank you again for clarifying things for me, this oloclip is the best purchase i ever done with my iPhone 🙂

    Andy 🙂

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  2. Todd Materazzi Photography

    Andy

    If you had a paint brush, I would have taken this as an oil on canvas. Great work with post processing.

    ~Todd

    Reply
  3. Jane Thorne

    Davide I have nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award as finding your blog has certainly lightened up my life..the link is at http://wp.me/p1l7Si-s7

    Feel free to accept or decline, no pressure, but I wanted you to know that you have made an impact on me. take care , Jane

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    • rubicorno

      Jane,
      first I have to apologize for answering so late.
      I appreciate a lot your nomination, and I’m glad you like my blog. I am not sure I’m interested in this kind of awards: I’m glad you thought of me but I don’t want to follow rules, this is the simple reason 🙂

      Thank you anyway

      Davide

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      • Jane Thorne

        Davide I understand completely..take care Jane

  4. andy1076

    I went and got the oloclip, the fish eye lens was fairly straight forward but I’m not seeing how i should use the macro shot 😦 would appreciate some advice, thank you so much in advance 🙂

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    • rubicorno

      Hi Andy,
      first, did you manage to unscrew the wide lens to access the macro lens ? The macro lens is a part of the wide lens.
      Detailed info to do that can be found here <a href="” title=”Olloclip FAQ” target=”_blank”>
      The macro lens allows you to focus the iPhone within 12-15mm of the subject, so it’s good for close-up shots.

      Let me know if you have further problems.

      Davide

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      • andy1076

        Hi Davide,

        Thank you for the reply! yep i unscrewed the wide lens and then of course it became blurry until i put the phone REALLY close to an object, i’m assuming that’s what it’s for? kind of like a microscope? the fish eye lens is too much fun lol 😀

        Andy

      • rubicorno

        Hi Andy,
        yes the macro lens is about taking close ups of small objects (flowers, insects…).
        Glad you’re having fun with the fisheye 😉

        Davide

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