Photo of the Week: iPhone 4 in Wyoming

Photo of the Week: iPhone 4 in Wyoming 1

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This week’s featured photo is from our iPhones Around the World gallery, and shows an iPhone 4 on the shores of Jackson Lake overlooking Great Teton in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. To share your photos and to be considered for our Photo of the Week, you simply need to submit your own photo to one of our galleries. So get out there, take some pictures featuring your favorite iPod, iPad, or iPhone and maybe your submission will be our next Photo of the Week!

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  1. I’m the photographer, and I assure you it is NOT photoshopped. I know it looks like fake, and I got a lot of funny looks from folks around me while taking it, but my biggest fear was that it would topple over. The whole mountain range looks surreal when you’re in its presence, but maybe it was the lighting on the phone that makes it look ‘inserted’.

  2. I agree it is not Photoshopped, it is done with an awfully cheap program and very bad too.

    How can anyone be fooled by this? I don’t understand.

  3. I’m the photographer, and I assure you it is NOT photoshopped. I know it looks like fake, and I got a lot of funny looks from folks around me while taking it, but my biggest fear was that it would topple over. The whole mountain range looks surreal when you’re in its presence, but maybe it was the lighting on the phone that makes it look ‘inserted’.

  4. I agree it is not Photoshopped, it is done with an awfully cheap program and very bad too.

    How can anyone be fooled by this? I don’t understand.

  5. C’mon ilounge, that is a horrible pshop job, it looks baaad, jut zoom in on the iPhones screen. And that’s not even the worst of it…

  6. Heh, heh … never would I imagine my photo submission would generate such chatter.

    The phone was NOT photoshopped into the picture, but yeah I didn’t do the best job of trying to clean up the glare on the iPhone screen from my Olympus’ flash (it was MS Paint for crissakes, don’t even have PS). My iPhone really was there exactly as you see it, as fake as it may look.

  7. C’mon ilounge, that is a horrible pshop job, it looks baaad, jut zoom in on the iPhones screen. And that’s not even the worst of it…

  8. @rockmyplimsoul Any chance you can tell us a) why the iPhone looks huge, b) why it looks like it’s “floating in air”, and c) why the contrast of the iPhone doesn’t match that of the rest of the scene?

  9. (a) Because the camera was about 24″ away from the iPhone, (b) It’s not floating, it is balancing on top of the boulder beneath it, and (c) even though it was a sunny day the iPhone was in the shade so I put the flash on my Olympus (but the bush to the right was in direct sunlight). Look, I have no reason to BS iLounge or any readers, I just thought it was a cool shot from my recent vacation.

  10. C’mon ilounge, that is a horrible pshop job, it looks baaad, jut zoom in on the iPhones screen. And that’s not even the worst of it…

  11. Heh, heh … never would I imagine my photo submission would generate such chatter.

    The phone was NOT photoshopped into the picture, but yeah I didn’t do the best job of trying to clean up the glare on the iPhone screen from my Olympus’ flash (it was MS Paint for crissakes, don’t even have PS). My iPhone really was there exactly as you see it, as fake as it may look.

  12. @rockmyplimsoul Any chance you can tell us a) why the iPhone looks huge, b) why it looks like it’s “floating in air”, and c) why the contrast of the iPhone doesn’t match that of the rest of the scene?

  13. (a) Because the camera was about 24″ away from the iPhone, (b) It’s not floating, it is balancing on top of the boulder beneath it, and (c) even though it was a sunny day the iPhone was in the shade so I put the flash on my Olympus (but the bush to the right was in direct sunlight). Look, I have no reason to BS iLounge or any readers, I just thought it was a cool shot from my recent vacation.

  14. I like you and your posts over the years RMP, but if you send me the original photo – the original, not a copy, I’ll have it analyzed by my wife who is a photo expert and come back here and publicly apologize to you. I’ll give you $20 too.

  15. I like you and your posts over the years RMP, but if you send me the original photo – the original, not a copy, I’ll have it analyzed by my wife who is a photo expert and come back here and publicly apologize to you. I’ll give you $20 too.

  16. I like you and your posts over the years RMP, but if you send me the original photo – the original, not a copy, I’ll have it analyzed by my wife who is a photo expert and come back here and publicly apologize to you. I’ll give you $20 too.

  17. @rockmyplimsoul Any chance you can tell us a) why the iPhone looks huge, b) why it looks like it’s “floating in air”, and c) why the contrast of the iPhone doesn’t match that of the rest of the scene?

  18. I agree it is not Photoshopped, it is done with an awfully cheap program and very bad too.

    How can anyone be fooled by this? I don’t understand.

  19. I’m the photographer, and I assure you it is NOT photoshopped. I know it looks like fake, and I got a lot of funny looks from folks around me while taking it, but my biggest fear was that it would topple over. The whole mountain range looks surreal when you’re in its presence, but maybe it was the lighting on the phone that makes it look ‘inserted’.

  20. Heh, heh … never would I imagine my photo submission would generate such chatter.

    The phone was NOT photoshopped into the picture, but yeah I didn’t do the best job of trying to clean up the glare on the iPhone screen from my Olympus’ flash (it was MS Paint for crissakes, don’t even have PS). My iPhone really was there exactly as you see it, as fake as it may look.

  21. (a) Because the camera was about 24″ away from the iPhone, (b) It’s not floating, it is balancing on top of the boulder beneath it, and (c) even though it was a sunny day the iPhone was in the shade so I put the flash on my Olympus (but the bush to the right was in direct sunlight). Look, I have no reason to BS iLounge or any readers, I just thought it was a cool shot from my recent vacation.

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