This is a shot I took with my iPhone 6s Plus a few months back while shooting the annual King and Queen Parade held at Shuri Castle here in Okinawa. While waiting for the parade to start the performers relaxed and enjoyed some casual conversation. I heard them laughing and turned to fire off this shot in burst mode with my iPhone. Always remember while you definitely don't need to use burst mode every time, it can be very effective for quick snaps or when there's movement.
Looking for the silver lining on this cloudy, soon-to-be rainy day. This is a shot from the new DXOone camera connected to my iPhone 6s Plus. Edited in Lightroom Mobile.
Out driving on Ikei Island and drove by these two horses on a local farm. Shot this with my iPhone 6s Plus and processed the image in the Mextures app.
Drove up to Onna on Friday afternoon to watch the fashion show from the Yashida Roberto OkinawaMade and Lequio AW Collection. My daughter was one of the models in the show. Although I took my Fuji x100t with me, I ended up only using my iPhone 6s Plus. The lighting was amazing(considering I was shooting into the cloud-covered sunset). Here's a couple slo-mo videos and a photo from the event that I took with my iPhone 6s Plus. Enjoy.
This past weekend my family and I drove up north to view cherry blossoms in Nago. We drove to the top of Nago Central Park where they have a great viewing spot. I took this with my iPhone 6s Plus using one of my favorite camera apps, 645 Pro and edited it in Adobe Lightroom Mobile.
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Good morning and Happy Sunday everyone in Okinawa. This weeks video about the Setsubun Festival at Naminoue Shrine is up and live on Youtube. In order for me to have my own channel name on YouTube, "ShootLighterTV", I need at least 100 subscribers. Please help me out and subscribe to see more of my videos, and help me reach this first channel goal. Hope everyone has a great day, and I hope you enjoy the video.
Okinawa is a small island, only about 70 miles long, and so space is always at a premium. I'm always impressed with how space, no matter how small is used to it's maximum potential. I took this photo this weekend, on one of the rare nice days we've had recently. It's hard to tell from the photo, but the small road to the right is only about 8-10 feet wide and ascends to what feels like an almost 90 degree angle upwards until it meets with the road pictured on the left. In the mindle are several houses, a 10 story apartment building, and a park with a walking path, a pond and a climbing/ play area for children. All of this in an area smaller the size of an American football field.