These were taken a while back, before I moved to the new house. I thought it might be a good visual review of the Hipstamatic and Lo-Mob Apps for the iPhone. Ofcourse there are literally a bazillion combinations of effects between these two apps. The complete set is on flickr.
I've been hanging around tumblr.com for the last couple of days and I'm quite impressed. My buddy brad -- bradfortner.com -- would love this. He -- and a lot of others -- use twitter.com and tinyurl.com to keep track of stories they want to either read or blog and socialize. Well that plus a lot more is what tumblr does. The difference being that tumblr.com is a hell of a lot more stable and allows for different types of media to be posted (Text/Blog, Picture, Video, Audio, Quotes, Chat's and URL Links). Tumblr.com also supports interleaving RSS feeds into your tumblr page, so I for example, have my blog here at nerdlogger.com, but also use it's RSS feed to feed stories to nerdlogger.tumblr.com and everything gets married seamlessly by tumblr's…
We're having a extended long weekend, and I was working on my new photography site -- 1stopoflight.com -- when the studio bug bit me :-). Yeah everything was happy, I was customizing my new tumblr based photography site, when a couple of ideas started running through my head. Cassette Tapes, you know those magnetic beasts that used to store your music. I searched around the house and tried to document the last analog music storage medium. Check out more pics over on flickr.I wasn't done yet, I had always wanted to shoot my small collection of wrist watches. So after experimenting a bit I found the black background to be more dramatic. Below is a sample, more can be found on flickr.
Well I finally broke down and did it. My new Photography site can be found hosted on tumblr at 1stopoflight.com. I'm using a modified museum theme by Paul Giacherio.The nice thing about having the site on tumblr is that I can host the physical photos on yahoo's flickr.com and just link them into 1stopoflight.com's pages. It keeps things very tidy and makes it easy to maintain. Tumblr really rocks.