If you follow this blog you know I used to post a series of images here, once a week as part of a 52-week photography project called “Bits & Pieces”. So you might also have noticed that I stopped at week 34, about a month ago. The thing is: what started as being a project to keep me on track with my photography on a regular basis has become an obligation. I found myself thinking “I HAVE to take pictures for the Bits & Pieces post” and grabbing my camera without any motivation, just because I felt I had to.
Instead of keeping me motivated to shoot every week, it made me feel stressed. I enjoy taking photographs, it shouldn’t feel like this – so I’m putting this project on hold.
In the meantime, I thought I would share some photos I took with my phone (Sony Xperia SP) and edited with its software, using a filter called “drame”. Their quality is definitely not the best, but I mean.. for a phone it’s not that bad, specially when you look at them in its small screen. I found the result quite interesting:
The photos were taken along the lake Léman, near the cities of Vevey and Montreux (Switzerland).
How often do you take photos with your phone? Do you also use it to edit them afterwards?