Articles tagged with: CameraBag
iPhoneography: The Slip Inn, Dallas, Texas
The iPad will change in a very big way how we receive content and information. I believe the iPad will create new industries and rescue old ones.
The Dude abides.
If you’ve taken the Blue Line or the Red Line south from Mockingbird Station in Dallas, you know the big, long escalator down to the platform.
From The Random Photographer blog, here’s an interesting variation of the image-a-day concept.
Louise stands in the middle of the terminal, facing the travelers and the Chili’s-To-Go.
iPhoneography: Ticket Booth, The Castro
I was recently interviewed by John Meadows for the On the Log podcast. In “Episode 89: Less is More”, we discuss using the iPhone and some recent apps to capture the look of old analog photography.
One of the features that makes the iPhone camera unique is the availability of thousands of photography-related apps. For less than the cost of a DVD, you can basically get a whole new camera experience.
from the Dallas bar, Trees.
LOFI wraps your image and then turns it up to 11, kicks it around, amps it up and leaves it exhausted and sweaty on a blanket on the sofa. This is probably one of the best free photo apps in the App Store.
I never got to see a movie at The Grand. It was closed long before I ever found it. I had lived in Fort Worth for years and had always heard that part of town was pretty sketchy — dangerous for kids without any street sense.