C. David Tobie: The Year In iPhone Photos
Jan 2013 10

Over time, phone photography is growing and maturing. New phone cameras provide better captures, but mobile editing apps also continue improving. And the aesthetics of phone photography are maturing as well. So here I present a sampling of iPhone photos taken, edited, and published during 2012. I won’t tag each one with a description or explanation. Instead, I’ll simply note up front that these have been chosen to represent the widest possible range of image types and editing styles, from my personal portfolio of mobile photos. So perhaps they will be educational, as well as enjoyable.

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C. DAVID TOBIE has been involved in color management and digital imaging from their early development. David has worked to see affordable solutions put in place for graphic design, prepress, photography and digital imaging, and then taught users how best to utilize them. He has consulted internationally for a wide range of color-related companies, and is best known by photographers for his writing and technical editing of texts and periodicals for the photo industry such as Mastering Digital Printing, and Professional Photographer magazine, and his seminars on color and imaging at photographic workshop around the globe. David is currently Global Product Technology Manager at Datacolor, where he develops new products and features for their Spyder line of calibration tools. His work has received a long line of digital imaging product awards including the coveted TIPA award, and a nomination for the Spyder line of calibration tools. Much of David’s recent writing can be found at his photography blog: cdtobie.wordpress.com, and his samples of his photography can be seen at: cdtobie.com.