Wednesday at the 14th Annual August Institute, “Technology Runs Through It” conference at the University of Montana in Missoula, I’ll be sharing a three hour workshop on iPhoneography. In preparation for the workshop, I found several photos I’ve taken this past week in Montana which represent some of my best “artistic efforts” as an aspiring digital photographer and iPhoneographer. Whatever you think of my own photography skills, it’s easy to see why Montana is an iPhonographer’s dream state!

Glacier National Park from the summit of Logan's Pass

Twilight Talkin' in Missoula

Glacier Day 1 - 044

Flathead Lake

To Kalispell - 07

River in Glacier National Park

Glacier Day 1 - 008

Sunset over the River in Missoula

HDR Pro and Slow Shutter Cam are the two apps I used in addition to the default iPhone camera app to take these photos. Those apps and more are included on the iPhoneography app lists I’ve included on my iPhoneography workshop curriculum page.

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  • Allanah King

    I really enjoyed travelling with you on your photo journey. It was good to know those places still exist in a fairly pristine condition. I had my 365 project from last year printed off last week and intend to scrapbook them so that I can browse through and enjoy the year that passed.

    My iRig mike turned up yesterday as well and I will have fun giving it a good try out. I like the fact that it is directional to capture what you want to without so much of the sometimes overwhelming background chatter that you would get in a classroom.

    Thanks for sharing

  • You are most welcome. 🙂

    I know you’ll love the iRig. Rarely have I have been so enthused about a tech peripheral. It really is wonderfully functional and so easy to use.

    Glacier NP is a treasure for sure. Can’t wait to return (but it may be 2 years) with my wife & kids. 🙂

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