The more I make pictures with my iPhone 7+ camera module, the more I like it. And the more I use Snapseed to process the pictures on the iPhone the more I like it.
The 3 pictures presented in this entry were each made and processed in a grand total of 10 minutes (max, maybe less). The entire picture making process is uncannily quick and easy. It is so quick and easy that I feel like I am "cheating".
That written, I do feel that I have attained, as was my intention, a picture making M.O. which harkens back to Kodak's early advertising theme, "You push the button, we do the rest." While it's true that I am "do(ing) the rest", it all seems so effortless and fast that it seems very much like my SX-70 Polaroid days. Bada bing, bada boom / slam, bam, thank you ma'am.
FYI, I made these pictures using the HDR setting and the Portrait mode (for the narrow DOF look). Using Snapseed I added perimeter soft focus, vignette, grain, selective burn / dodge / saturation, curves for individual color channel adjustments and, finally, a border. All the while sipping a bourbon.