I've come to realize that the iPhone 4 camera, with sufficient illumination, is has almost the depth of field of a pinhole device and can be exploited in much the same way. In this close-up of a small tangerine on a frosted glass table, I worked in the reflection of a corner wall just beyond the table. Shooting in HDR mode, the iPhone generates two pictures. I pulled these into Nik HDR Efex and applies a realistic tone mapping, then added a glow, muted colors and introduced an acid wash border using OnOne Photoshop plug-ins.
The monochrome was created in Nik Silver Efex Pro using a green filter approximating the venerable X1 and sepia/blue split tone.
This is the HDR basis for the two pictures above.
|Camera:||Apple iPhone 4|
|Exposure:||ISO 500, f/2.8 @ 1/15s, Auto WB, JPEG|
|Dates:||Capture - December 2, 2010, Procesed - December 9, 2010|
|Processing:||Lightroom 3, Nik HDR Efex, Nik Silver Efex Pro, OnOne Tools, Photoshop CS5|