This stained glass was from the Unitarian church up in Gimli, Manitoba. The minister there is a very engaging speaker, so we made the trip up there to take in one of his sermons.
My phone takes decent pictures. Not great pictures, but a far cry better than the useless, impressionist things that my previous phone or iPod take. It is a shame that it does not have the option for shooting RAW, but when I am out and find myself in a situation where I need a camera, my phone serves as a reasonable approximation of one.
My DSLR has a bunch of built-in effects that my earlier one did not. I will probably end up taking a few more funky shots like this before the novelty wears off.
There is one irritating feature of every camera I have met, where it does not save a RAW copy of the picture if you shoot using any special effects. Even switching it to full automatic will disable saving RAW. Why? Dear camera manufacturers, when I tell my camera that I want to save pictures in RAW format, I mean always save a raw version until I tell it otherwise.
This seems to me like it should be a self-obvious feature. I don't understand why it isn't.