On the iPhone you can see locations of places you’ve taken photos. Here’s a screenshot of the map showing where I’ve been this very West coast year.
If you’re a fan of Instagram, you’re going to want to try out Visual Grub, a free Mac desktop client made by Ryan Grimm. Download it from the Mac App Store here. It’s full of features, including: View your Instagram friend feed A feed of the photos you’ve liked View what’s popular right now See […]
Excited to try these Photojojo iPhone lenses that arrived today, including the telephoto, fisheye, the two-lenses-in-one combo macro and wide angle, and a bonus dino.
I love these.
I didn’t think I needed another iPhone photo app, but turns out I did. Instagr.am mimics other mobile photo-sharing apps, but it’s captured the appeal that comes from extreme minimalism. While you can use it to cross-post to other sites (Twitter, Flickr, Facebook, Tumblr, Foursquare), the web-side is pared down to just the photo page. […]
Searching with Google on your mobile phone can be an eye-opening experience. Now your phone’s camera can even help to find out more about the world around you. Back in December we introduced Google Goggles on Android: it lets you search by taking pictures. Today, we’re excited to announce that Goggles is now a feature […]
If you’re into shooting video and photos with your iPhone, Zacuto has a line of kits to help with stability, including the ZGrip Junior and Pro. Both are handgrip systems that let you snap the iPhone into the cradle. You can also mount onto a tripod. Ranging from $69 – $295 USD.
Check out this video of a new content-aware fill feature by the Photoshop team. As anyone who’s had to retouch photos knows, this type of correcting and filling by hand is extremely time-consuming, or in some cases, almost impossible (eg. the last example in the video of “filling” the sky). Not sure that this feature […]
I’m excited to see this story about the next evolution of the SenseCam, which I wrote about a few months ago. A camera you can wear as a pendant to record every moment of your life will soon be launched by a UK-based firm. Originally invented to help jog the memories of people with Alzheimer’s […]
QuadCamera is the the 4th release by Art&Mobile of their ToyCamera series and features continuous shooting. Just press the button, and it takes 4-8 serial shots to create one image in multiple dimensions and repetitions: a 4×2 portrait, 4×1, 2×2 landscape, and 8×1 landscape (as shown below). This is great for fast action and motion […]
One of the main reasons I use my iPhone is to take quick photos. Even though the 2 megapixel camera isn’t the highest quality, it’s the convenience and added iPhone functionality (eg. emailing) and the applications that I enjoy. One of my new favorite apps is Pano by Debacle Software (download from iTunes), which lets […]
The San Francisco Art Commission (SFAC) and JPG Magazine have teamed up for a show called “Breakthrough: An Amateur Photography Revolution.” Every photo submitted to our Breakthrough theme will be displayed in the gallery in some fashion. Some will appear in a grid on the photo wall, some in a slideshow, and a select few […]
It’s hard to believe Flickr has only been around for a few years. It seems like I’ve been using it much, much longer than three years. That’s testament to its lure, success, and the community that has sprung up around both the service and the lifestyle. Flickr is a seamless part of my digital life. […]
A few months ago I was asked by Tom Markiewicz, CEO of EvolvePoint, to be on a panel about “Using RSS for Marketing” for the SXSW Interactive Conference coming up March 9-13 and I gladly accepted. The other panelists include Bill Flitter of Pheedo, Greg Reinacker of NewsGator, and John Jantsch of Duct Tape Marketing. […]
“Aurora borealis casting it’s glow over Seltún geothermal area in SW-Iceland.” By Helga Kvam, All Rights Reserved. Visit Helga’s flickr page to see more of her stunning photography from Iceland.
“The Trip Up” is the title of Anousheh Ansari’s blog post from space. Ansari was the first the first civilian to blog from beyond Earth’s orbit. She writes, “Hi everyone, it is about 11:30 GMT here on ISS. It looks like my first entry from space made it down there.. Amazing, isn’t it…?” It’s also […]
Yahoo gave a demo to a small group tonight at the Frey Norris Gallery in San Francisco. The event was hosted by Brad Garlinghouse, Vice President of Communications, Community and Front Door (pictured left) and other members of his team. Yahoo Photos presented at DEMO in February 2005 and is about to be released as […]
Julianne Swartz’s Bubble portraits are playful and refreshing, where the ordinary becomes ethereal. Given my own work with translucent water bubbles, I appreciated her perspective. ps – happy bday eric!
Found these camera phone pictures on my T610 taken sometime last February.
Here’s the first 7.1 megapixel photo I’ve ever taken. The first of many photos to come with my new Nikon Coolpix 7900 camera. Max and I have been using a Coolpix 4500 for the few years and it’s been great, but I wanted something more compact (the 7900 weighs 5.3 ounces and fits in my […]
Two photos of different parts of the same wall. Love the subtle details. Shot on Harrison St, SF.
I’ve always like the simplicity and functionality of bar codes. In art school, I made a series of oversized bar code prints as rough posters and had a collection of various bar codes pulled from packaging and collected in one sketchbook. So whenever I walk by this green building on Harrison during my walk to […]
North Beach is fine coffee, fresh italian cuisine, sidewalk cafes, and dreamy summer afternoons. For me, it’s also the rare personal pleasure of spending time in the same neighborhood where Jack Kerouac read and wrote poetry. I love this city.
Walking up to Telegraph Hill and saw this dreamy view of the bay. Sounds silly but I’m still struck by the palm trees, the blue sky and water, the breeze, and how Northern California it all is. Everything feels fresh with the constant Pacific and Bay winds. The sky is so blue that I don’t […]
Smaller is better. The new Mac Mini is lighter and thinner than my firewire drive.
Cop pulling over a car eleven stories down.