Articles tagged with: CameraKit
“Woodall Rodgers”, Dallas, Texas. Photographed with an iPhone 4. Toolbox: Vint B&W, CameraKit
Two Theaters: The Castro gate, San Francisco, California
Three trains in San Francisco.
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.
The lobby of the Cinemark IMAX Theatre in Dallas is breathtaking. The tall ceilings house a steampunk-like installation piece of the planets.
CameraKit is a camera and post-processing app that acts almost as a digital darkroom on your iPhone. None of its features are unique, but here they are nicely packaged, well implemented, simple to use, and make it easy to experiment.
My beverage of choice is the Grande Latte with an extra shot. The baristas call it a “triple,” I prefer to call it by its long name….
From inside, this new machine sat silently blinking and lights were spinning. It was very Star Trek in its appearance (the J.J. Abrams movie, not the 60’s TV show).
It’s nice to see some genuine old in downtown Fort Worth.
Deep Ellum is between heydays. Most of Elm Street is closed, boarded up. There are signs everywhere reminding you that putting graffiti on the on the buildings is a crime.
Some of the buildings and signs remain, but most are in pretty bad shape now through years of neglect.
Like variations on a theme in a piece of music, some variations on an image.