As much as I love Apple products, I held out on getting an iPhone for quite a while. Partly because of the extra cost for the data plan, and partly because I believe it usually takes a few versions before the kinks get properly worked out of any new device. But a few weeks ago, I finally bit the bullet and became a member of the iPhone community.
And it’s been great. I signed up for Square, and got my card reader just in time for the holiday craft fair season – a great new way to receive payment for goods and services. And of course I’ve been having fun with the camera, and apps which allow you to filter and manipulate images, like Instagram and Hipstamatic. Below are some examples of which I took while in full production mode over the last few weeks. I know they’re a step down in sharpness and tonal range from the ones I normally post taken with my SLR, but the process is too much fun to resist.
Gulf of Maine Memory Tiles boxes on the cutting table.
Puzzle pieces cut out and staged for sanding in my basement workshop.
Paulownia Alphabets drying in the garage.
Hand Plane drying in the garage.
Finished Maple Logging Truck on display at the MeCA Holiday Sale.