Happy Monday everyone. Today's photo was taken with my iPhone 6s Plus in American Village using the camera app 645 Pro, one of my favorites for iPhoneograhy. Hope everyone has a great day and thanks for stopping by today.
Okinawa is very much like a small town, complete with a multitude of small shops, cafes and one-man farmer's markets. The people who work in them are often elderly and generally friendly. I often empathize with what must be long, mostly uneventful days spent patiently waiting for the few customers who actually buy something rather than just gawk and take photos. :)
We finally got some decent weather yesterday after a week of rain, clouds and cold. I decided to head over to Chatan and walk around with my iPhone 6 and my Fuji x100s. Just for a change I've had the TCLx100 on for a couple weeks now. I love the 35 equivalent I get from my x100s, but sometimes it's just nice to shoot with a 50mm focal length. I never grow tired of how even the most mundane can look interesting in late afternoon light. I shot the next two images from my car. I see so many photos from my car, but usually can't stop or get to my camera in time.
Anyone who knows me knows that I love my iPhone, but since I got my iPhone 6 Plus I've also started to love taking photos with it. I've always taken shots here and there with my iPhones, but there's something about the new 6 Plus that's got me using it more than I used to.
Walking Kokusai Dori in Naha. Okinawa, Japan.