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photoblog image Fun with Fone #3

Fun with Fone #3

A recently constructed and painted Naga icon at the temple where the novice monks are in training.

Fun with Fone #3

A recently constructed and painted Naga icon at the temple where the novice monks are in training.

comments (18)

great painting Ray...
i have one for you tonightgrin
....petersmile
Ray: Saw it...Liked it!
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 21 Jul 2017, 04:40
Those phones get 'smarter and smarter'... mine is just plain 'dumb'.... wink
Ray: I used to carry a camera with me nearly every time I went out of the house, Astrid...now I am mostly content to just have the smartphone in my pocket.
  • Martine
  • France
  • 21 Jul 2017, 05:30
Il est impressionnant.
Ray: Le Naga est grand, coloré et bénin, Martine.
That's the thing about smartphones, Ray...you don't NEED to any other camera with you anymore!
Ray: The toy cam in my smartphone copes quite well with most subjects and conditions, Ginnie, but is barely adequate with regard to macro work.
  • gutteridge
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 21 Jul 2017, 05:41
I am glad these things do not actually exist Ray.
Ray: I reckon they would be great fun to have around the place, Chad.
J'aime beaucoup cette peinture ..je ne me sers pas souvent de mon telephone portable , je rate bien souvent la photo.. donc bravo pour celle ci .
Ray: Il faut un peu de pratique pour prendre des photos avec le téléphone intelligent, Claudine, mais elles s'améliorent constamment.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 21 Jul 2017, 06:54
a great twiddle! You are the new twiddlemaster!
Ray: Ha Ha

I am enjoying playing with the smartphone, Philine, but have many rejects.
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 21 Jul 2017, 07:08
I like the poster effect to this. The style reminds me of our our old railway posters.
Ray: Yes...I can see what you mean, Alan...I used to work as a Movie projectionist in a theatre in the early 1960's and collected many movie posters...they were quite in this style, which I liked.
  • Chris
  • Not Nowhere
  • 21 Jul 2017, 07:12
I wonder if this image might put the poor little novice monks in mind of something else..
Ray: I suppose this is the stuff of nightmares for some youngsters, Chris.
I find the phone useful as the camera on my new one is half decent. Ideal for quick snaps of the kids
Ray: Yes...good for that, Bill, and most seem optimised for portraits.
  • Lisl
  • Bath, England
  • 21 Jul 2017, 08:41
I never think to use my smart-phone, Ray
Ray: Keep using what you have Lisl...you are creating wonderful images!
Another one that has come out very well.
Ray: A different filter, but the result was pleasing to my eye, Brian.
the Naga looks well in the warm, fiery tones, Ray.
Ray: There are four enormous Naga surrounding the Ubosot [Learning Room] of this temple, Ayush...all are brightly coloured but from different pots of paint.
I saw a poster with this technique used. I like it.
Ray: I think this filter can give a pleasing outcome with the right picture, Mary, and this one seemed to work.
That is cool, Ray. If I were a monk I would want to live there...
Ray: The Head Monk at this temple is quite young, Larry, but is much liked by the monks and the people in the nearby villages....his impact on the temple is huge!
Woo - a scary beast!
Ray: Gorgeously fierce, yet benign, mythical beats, Tom.
That makes a pretty cool "painting"!
Ray: I thought so too, Elizabeth.
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 22 Jul 2017, 21:07
The fone art comes in, in a great way, here.

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