Photo Journal

With all the new advances in camera phone technology (as well as a bunch of great new apps) I’ve decided to start posting some of my iPhone photos to give you something new and different. I’ll try to let you know the camera program I used to take the photo, as well as any other programs I use to process the images. This photo happens to be my first ever flower photo. I took it while I was moving out of my apartment and I was lucky enough to have it sunny out so the flower wasn’t closed (which is
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The Apple and the Orange

Image by Vlad Artazok Today’s blog post is a quote straight out of David duChemin’s book, VisionMongers. For those of you creatives out there, it’s a great book about the business aspect of our lives that everyone should read. Of course, David is a photographer so it’s catered to photographers but there are important ideas in there that I think every creative out there could use. But, enough of me trying to convince you to go out and buy the book, let’s get to the quote: The apple doesn’t lose out when someone chooses an orange instead. Why? Because the
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The iPad and Photography

I have to admit, the day that the Apple iPad was announced, I wasn’t too excited about the product. Hype over several months leading up to the release had only fueled the fire of what the new Mac Tablet was going to be able to do. And I think for that very reason, many people were turned off by the “Giant iPod Touch”. People hoped it would do this and it would do that and it fell short of the many lavish expectations that were out there. I wanted something even more portable than my Macbook Pro that I could
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