You’ve got an iPhone, now what? Why use it? How can you use it? What to use it for? What the heck did I get an iPhone for? … you might be asking yourself.

Here’s two reasons why. 1. Create ART. 2. Turn something plain, even boring, into stunning art. The other two reasons?

Have **FUN with Wildlife Warnings on Vancouver Island : 1. A black bear. 2. A cougar

(**actually these warnings are very serious … It’s the creating of  ART that is fun and a joy to me**)

**The very real wildlife warnings that you might see posted in parks on Vancouver Island are very REAL. Read them, listen to them, learn, believe the signs. If in doubt, don’t go out there. We do have cougar and black bear on the Island. I LOVE wildlife like most people, however, I will always listen to the warnings and heed any signs posted. Hope you do to. Respect the outdoors and those who live in it, wildlife.**

~ Brenda Johima ~

P.S. Find out more about iPhone photography at Social Media Camp!

Ohhh, now back to the creation of ART. This is an example of taking something fairly boring, a wildlife warning sign, and turning it into something stunning, a work of art, entirely ONLY with an iPhone 3G. Yes. There are a few tricks.

The main way that you create stunning art, in my opinion, is GO OUTDOORS IN NATURE. Nature is Art. If nothing else, it will inspire you to create better art in the city. Most people walk past these signs, which are white, fairly dull, nothing exciting. But if you SLOW DOWN enough to really SEE when you are out there with your camera, it’s amazing what you can SEE and create. Enjoy. These are two of my favorites now, in my iPhoneography collection.

Copyright 2011 Brenda Johima | Images May Not Be Used In Any Way Without Written Permission

Copyright 2011 Brenda Johima | Images May Not Be Used In Any Way Without Written

Permission

* Cougar is Number 36 of my 50 Photos 50 Years iPhone image project.

Copyright 2011 Brenda Johima | Images May Not Be Used In Any Way Without Written Permission

* Black Bear is Number 37 of my 50 Photos 50 Years iPhone image project.

 

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