A spring walk in the woods with an Android camera – I

Robin Rowland 


It’s spring in British Columbia’s northwest and most of the heavy snow we had this winter  is long gone. It was warm enough Saturday that I took my shirt off while fixing up the garden.

But the drifts remain in low lying areas, like a ravine park close to my house.  So over the past couple days  I’ve gone for a walk in the woods and used the camera in my Samsung Galaxy Android phone to photograph the last of our northern winter as it turns to spring.

In Part One, I am using Vignette  (the Android equivalent of the Hipstamatic) and the first few photos were taken with the basic vignette setting.



And a few experiments with other settings


And in the next blog, an old fashioned look on the same walk using the Android Retrocam.

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