The Glass Tower in Vienna photographed with a Sony QX100

The Glass Tower; (cc) by-nc squics.com

The Glass Tower; (cc) by-nc squics.com

During the last days I experimented (again) with the new photo editing tools in iOS8. I used some photos I made earlier this year, like this one from a photowalk at the DC Tower in Vienna.

I really love that Apple didn't just add more filters but provided ways to fine tune light, color and black and white settings for a photo. If you know iPhoto for iOS, you know what i mean. By sliding your finger across a slider, the iOS8 photo app applies different settings to a photo. But unlike iPhoto for iOS, you can pop up a menu and adjust various settings individually.

I made this photo with a Sony QX100 attachable lens style camera that uses my iPhone as a viewfinder and then immediately transfers the 20 Megapixel photo to my iPhone using WiFi.