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Four Views Of Embarcadero

Four Views Of Embarcadero

Diptic is a flexible way to assemble several photos into a single image. It has a lot of layouts, and it will output a high resolution image.

One thing I like to use Diptic for is to show alternate views of a single place, event, or concept. In this case, I was shooting the Embarcadero Center in San Francisco with Hipstamatic. The tile pattern and the sculpture are iconic and recognizable to anybody who has spent much time there. The escalator and the seated person were also in the area, but are not as immediately recognizable. By using Diptic to assemble all the images together, they all become part of the story and the viewer is helped to see the images as four parts of the same place.

I also use Diptic in conjunction with some other apps to make surreal images with interesting patterns. I’ll post about that later in the week.

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Cherry Pie

Camera+ & Diptic. There are so many mint condition classic cars in the Bay Area. A perfect subject for mobile photography, IMO.

This was shot in the harsh mid-day sun. The metering and exposure is pretty impressive when you consider how a DSLR might react (blownout/underexposed).

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Dirty Looks

Dirty Looks by Troy Holden

Lilac Alley in the Mission district.

I used Diptic to make the original frame and then processed it through WordFoto using a ‘.’ (period) as the word to create a faux Percolator look.

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