This body of work was created using experimental camera software I developed for the iPhone. The software is the culmination of research in the fields of art, computer graphics and mathematics. It embodies my desire to dig deeper into the fundamental elements of digital images. The iPhone is the single most-used camera in history. It is also a powerful, and programmable computer. The speed with which the computer processes a photograph creates new opportunities for real-time intervention and expression. The software I created, called Oblique, compresses all editing into a single shutter press. Custom filters I've written allow me to break apart the image using different algorithms in real-time to experience the world in new and unique ways. My goal with photography has always been to continually refresh my perception and to use the medium as a way of getting closer to the world around me. Installation photography by Brian Forrest.