So I’ve been playing with my new mobile setup lately. A Sony RX1R to take photos. A phone that support RAW files for processing. And that’s about it. This mobile workflow is something I’ve had fun with since back when I entered the mirrorless world. And as technology progresses it’s made this workflow a lot simpler to achieve. Not that it wasn’t simple before. But there are just fewer cables and such to deal with. There are obvious processing limitations to mobile. But not so much that a photographer couldn’t achieve exactly what they want from their device. Though one thing that is tough on mobile is the lack of a truly accurate spot healing tool. Snapseed has a decent healing tool but it’s nowhere near what it would be like on a proper computers and tools. As you can see in this image there’s a small pebble next to the branch. But I don’t mind it. It’s a charm to working on the go. You shoot what you shoot and you get what you get. It’s going to be fun going through this workflow again. And you can bet that I’ll share some fun results here on this humble little photoblog.