I admit that the 52 Week Smartphone Challenge was lost from my schedule over the last several weeks. I think I was suffering from creative burn-out. Between my daily Isolation Photography Projet, daily iPhone Project, this weekly project, I believe I have over-extended myself. Then in the last few weeks, I added the Barns, Bridges and Buildings project. It was all too much, and something had to give.
Yesterday I visited the WordPress Reader page for the project, saw that theonlyd800inthehameau was continuing to post. I felt like such a failure.
So in the next few posts, I will be back posting any images that may fit the theme; as many as I can to salvage my involvement in my project.
Check out theonlyd800inthehameau‘s entry.
The iPhone 11 Pro has a very useable panorama mode that is easy to use and produces excellent results; most of the time. This image was captured in the late evening in my sister-in-law’s backyard. It’s a complete failure in regards to geometry. The iPhone 11 Pro has a night vision mode that works fairly well. However, the night vision mode is not available when shooting panoramas. Distortion and issues with the panoramic stitching algorithm also contributed to making this a poor image.
Submitted as part of my 52 Week Smartphone Challenge