I’ve had the Diptic app on my iPhone for a while now, but never used it. IPhone photos are so small, I didn’t see the benefit, especially for posting on Instagram. Then I realized I could use it to display instagrams on the blog. . . .
The first and last photos were taken at an old ranch; the second at the beach, and the third in our backyard. We have a beautiful giant bird of paradise that’s doing really well. It hasn’t flowered yet, but hopefully this year.
The Diptic app is very easy to use. You just select a layout, then the photos you want and Diptich does all the rest. There are may layouts to choose from, but I think I’ll stick to the standard two- or four-photo ones.
Hope your week’s going well so far. . . .
Great photos. When I was a kid we had a bird of paradise in the backyard that my mom loved and I hated. Don’t get me wrong, it’s beautiful, but every time my soccer hit it my mother knew. It was the worst tattletale! Finally I can see one and not have a panic attack 🙂
Glad to hear it. 🙂
Beautifully photos. I’m particularly fond of the door.
Thanks, Caroline. I like the door too. It’s from an old barn.
Thanks for the tips about this app. I think I’ll give it a try. Sometimes I like to have a photo collage rather than listing them one after the other on the blog. This is a very nice presentation.
I’m always amazed by the wonderful photos you take with your iPhone. Mine all look like I was photographing a paper bag. Ha.
I don’t believe that, Jackie! IPhone cameras can be tricky for sure. I never really know what I’m going to get, but that’s fun for me.
Fantastic results, Carole … still envious of your iPhone!
You have a Droid, right, Cheryl? I’ve heard awfully good things about them.
I have a Samsung … is that a Droid, Carole. So that question is clue to my app-ability!
I know nothing about Androids, Cheryl, so I’m just as clueless. 🙂
I’m glad you decided to experiment, these photos are all beautiful, but put together like this they’re even better!