Taken on 26th February, 2010 in La Candelaria, Bogotá, Colombia. iPhone 3GS. Colour graded using Mill Colour. Show on Flickr.

Museo de Arte del Banco de la República as seen in another light on day 392.

I've been making good friends lately with the Mill Colour app on my iPhone. It's really reopened my eyes to the potential of colour grading. For the majority of the past 400 days I've been using the image manipulation tools in Aperture quite minimally to optimise the levels and contrast in my images.

I've undoubtedly not realised the full potential of the tools, which can be used not just to optimise what the camera captures but to completely shift the emotional resonance of an image.

I've had fun the last few days with the presets offered by The Mill but I'd love to understand more about the process so that I might grade more purposefully in the future.

This will, more than likely, be the final iPhone shot since my good friend decided he didn't like my pocket any more and made a jump for it while we were on the bus. We had far too brief a time together.

Que te vaya bien hermano.