Great video and article.
A report on an iphoneography class and video of National Georgraphic using iPhone images in a new book.
A challenge that I made especially for Babe<3
I got him the Canon Rebel DSLR camera for him for his birthday and I thought this would be a nice way for him to get to know it better(: I know the challenge is a little more “challenging” then most would be but I think it will be fun!
The challenge is to TAKE the picture everyday, not just find one a post it. Or to take them all in one day and stagger the posts, none the less, they would be CURRENT photos that you take for the purpose of the challenge not old photos you dig up that you have done! Be creative when you find something difficult! try it with us?
Also, you don’t need a DSLR to take amazing pictures! so will you join us?(:
SIMPLIFYING Rick LePage, a photography-magazine editor based in Portland, Ore., recently set off on a drive across the United States with his daughter, Elizabeth, who had just graduated from college with photography-career aspirations. Naturally, they packed lots of fancy photography gear. And, to their surprise, it went mostly unused during their epic journey. Instagram turned out to be the best way of documenting sunsets, grain silos, drive-through liquor stores and state-border welcome signs. “I’m an old Polaroid guy, and still have 40 or 50 boxes of the film in a refrigerator,” said LePage. So one of the most appealing aspects of using Instagram for him “was the immediacy. I turn on the iPhone and just take a photo. With a digital camera, I would be fiddling with all the settings.” The other appealing aspect, said LePage, was being able to share the pictures with friends and family members without delay, instead of waiting for a hotel-room interlude to upload pictures to Flickr via a laptop. His daughter had the Instagram-based social networking nailed, he said. “I couldn’t believe how connected she was. Her number of followers grew over the course of the week.