iPhone and Photography – moreMono

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March 2010, Singapore – Recently in 2010, I’ve learnt to make do with the “camera” that I always carry with me most hours of each day – that’ll be my iPhone!  Getting my inspiration from a friend who’s a fellow iPhone user, I’ve learnt the beauty of the iPhone, be it a 3G or 3Gs (or now 4 and possibly 5 in the near future)!

With the help of apps which are plenty from iTunes, the first of a series of blogs regarding Photo apps for iPhone, today I’ll share about moreMono.

moreMono is a FREE photo editing application designed for iPhone 3G/3GS. It converts your photo to monotone and preserves the red tone to give a strong and dramatic look! In simple terms, this means that Red objects are more Red and all other dark-coloured objects blackened and light-coloured objects whitened.

moreMono is developed by the More-thing Company Limited which has developed other iPhone camera apps.

Check out the iPhone screen shots from downloading the app.

Below are some photos that I have taken and processed through moreMono.  What I usually do is take a photo with the camera app that comes with my iPhone.  I will then use moreMono to treat the photo.  With the help of Photoshop Mobile app, I would treat the photo by adjusting the Exposure and Contrast to produce the finished product.

Download moreMono today and you will be having lots of fun that I have been enjoying!

ION Orchard with Chinese New Year message on the visual wall. This photo was stitched by another iPhone application called AutoStitch.

4 Comments

  1. this is some great photography.
    Very atmospheric

    • Thank you for the compliment. Photography is after all, all about personal interpretation of how we see things. Well do share the tips with your friends and other aspiring photographers. Photography should be part of everyone’s way of life especially now that we all have accessibility to a camera phone.

      Cheers

  2. this is some great photography.
    Very atmospheric

    • Thank you for the compliment. Photography is after all, all about personal interpretation of how we see things. Well do share the tips with your friends and other aspiring photographers. Photography should be part of everyone’s way of life especially now that we all have accessibility to a camera phone.

      Cheers

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