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Oregon Exposure for iEnvision

$0.99
iPhone / iPad
Genres:
  • Travel
  • Photo & Video
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"The torch is passing. The path blazed by Ansel Adams, Edward Weston, Eliot Porter, Galen Rowell and others is being followed by an ever-growing number of new-breed photographers" --Outdoor Photographer Magazine, referring to Sean Bagshaw and others featured in its 2008 Landscape Annual.

The great outdoors of Oregon, in your pocket! Oregon Exposure for iEnvision is the next app of outdoor photographer Sean Bagshaw's breathtaking works. If you think there's no way even the iPhone can put the great outdoors in your pocket, you haven't seen Sean's work on it yet. This portable photo gallery includes samples from Sean's amazing collections, illustrating Oregon's world of wonder, exploration, mystery and defining beauty. There are shows from regions all around the state: from the rugged coast to eastern Oregon, from the north through the center to the south, from Crater Lake and the Cascades to Lava Beds National Monument and the Klamath Basin .

Like what you see? Save your favorite images to the Photo app and then use them for wallpaper or email them to friends. Each set also links back to Sean's site, so you can further explore his full portfolio. Sean provides the content, and our iEnvision image-browser makes sure it's displayed the way you expect on your iPhone: full screen, with multi-touch controls, in automated slide shows, Ken Burns motion effect movies or scrolling image arrays. You can even add music. iEnvision has been acclaimed as one of the "top 10 iPhone apps to show off with" and there's no better content to show off than these amazing photos. Want even more of Sean's extraordinary images on the iPhone? You've got to see Outdoor Exposure for iEnvision too!

Please also check out our full line of iEnvision-based "Envi" apps. Classic and modern art and architecture, hot sports cars and motorcycles, cool haircuts, outer space from planet Earth to the furthest reaches of the Hubble, the great outdoors, and lots of just plain fun. There's an Envi app for that!