Roswell, Georgia near the town square is a wonderful place to walk with its quaint shops, craftsman style homes and unique restaurants. Last Sunday, was a sunny spring day with dogwoods and flowers at their peak beauty.
I took the opportunity to record a photo tour of our walk with my new iPad 3 camera so you could see first hand the picture quality. Hope you all will be inspired to take your own photo walks.
Usually would pop the colors and do a few tweaks to photos for this website. However, so you could see the actual new iPad 3 photo results, my only retouching was using SnagIt or Photoshop to crop and optimize photos so they would display quickly for you on this web page.
My niece has an iPad 2 camera. She said you almost need an tripod or some surface to steady the iPad 2 camera. Stablization is NOT a problem with the new iPad 3, it automatically stabilizes your photos. I just framed the photo in the big iPad screen and clicked. Nothing could be easier. Zero blurred photos.
Spring is the best time to eat outside. People walking and riding their bikes are part of your entertainment. Since this photo tour was taken on a Sunday afternoon, many of the restaurants weren’t open but Roswell has a lot of wonderful outdoor restaurants.
Did I ever mention that I am a huge fan of craftsman style homes? One of the reasons I love walking near the town square in Roswell is to see beautiful renovated craftsman style homes. When we were building our home, we spent Sundays walking miles and miles getting home design ideas. This taupe home color was one of our house color finalists. Love the color.
If you ever have to build a house, go for walks in favorite communities and take lots of photos. It is great exercise and you will be inspired.
Sure you could go to the mall and walk but you would miss seeing all the funky outdoor yard pieces of Elegant Attic. Must admit there were a few times that I missed my Nikon D40 camera and this was one of those times.
With the new iPad 3, you have a huge screen to review and frame your photos. I love this feature.
However, you can’t change to aperture or shutter priority mode. This photo would have looked better in aperture mode with the background blurred. Possibly there is an iPad app for this feature but it isn’t a standard feature.
Love the wagon. Again this photo needed aperture priority to blur the background. Apple iPad feature request . . . please add this in iPad 4.
What can be more southern then brunch on a rocking chair front porch of a craftsman home? Takes you back to simpler days.