While traveling from San Diego to Seattle, I used my cellphone to capture some documentary photos along the way and edited them “on the fly” with Snapseed. It was simple, quick, and fun, and some of the photos turned out quite nice. It’s quite amazing what results can be achieved with these little devices and some software magic.

Substitute -- in dry climates, irrigation replaces morning dew. San Diego, CA. June 2013.
“Substitute” — in dry climates, irrigation replaces morning dew. 4S Ranch, San Diego, CA. June 2013.

The photo above also made it into the curated collection at – they have a cellphone image category, and I’m contemplating adding a cellphone category to my own site… what do you think?

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