I've been going through my folders, backing up and offloading a bunch of stuff in preparation for installing OS X Lion and came across this photo of Pixel that I meant to post a while ago. He's so cute.
My 35th birthday is coming up very soon and I just have one tiny request: please go to my Smugmug gallery of prints for sale
and buy a print.
I've collected a bunch of photos taken with my iPhone, some oldie but goodie photos of Millennium Park in Chicago, and some photos from Santa Cruz and made them available for purchase in many different sizes.
So if you enjoyed reading my blog, or if I helped you on Twitter or Facebook with some tech issues, or if you've been wanting to get some new art for your home, office, or as a gift, I humbly submit my photos and photo art for perusal. And please feel free to RT this if you think your friends/followers would like to purchase something as well.
If you see a photo in my Smugmug
galleries that isn't in the for sale gallery, let me know and I can make it available. I also plan to add more photos over the next few days, so if you want to subscribe to the gallery
in an RSS reader, please do so!
I figure this is better than asking people to tip me or buy something from my Amazon wishlist because this way you get something that you want, while helping me out.
I'll be RTing this for a few days to help drum up interest, so apologies in advance for any semblance of spam. I'll try not to go overboard. If other people RT this for me, then that's less RTing I'll do, so please help a geek girl out!
The kitties often flatten out as much as possible to stay cool. Makes for cuter/funnier photos.
Taken and edited in Camera+.
Just read that the ClassicPAN iPhone app was updated to have a film frame that emulates the Sprocket Rocket panoramic film camera. Looks great! Check out Life in LoFi
for more details.
I took this with ClassicPAN, but then used PictureShow to give it even more of a film look (the original photo turned out a bit dark because the white curtain confused the metering). Great stuff! I know this isn’t the same as shooting film, but while I don’t have a Sprocket Rocket cam, this will do.
Taken and edited in Camera+.
Test shot using one of the new films from the NSW Always On FreePak I just downloaded. Was in the middle of browsing Zite when I saw it was available. Thanks, Life in LoFi!
Shot with my Hipstamatic for iPhone
Lens: Bettie XL
Film: AO BW
I finally downloaded the Tiny Planets app that creates stereographic projections, or what I call “polar panoramas”. I had another one of my surreal bridge photos that I forgot to upload (see “Worlds Colliding”, “Destroyed”, and “Ghost World”), and decided to run it through Tiny Planets. I like!
Ball Park hot dogs topped with Herdez salsa verde and sriracha. Very tasty!
See my previous posts, Worlds Colliding
for other photos in this series.
See my previous post, Worlds Colliding
for the blurb behind this photo as part of a series.
I don’t get why sometimes cross-posted articles from my Posterous blog get here intact, and sometimes it does this weirdness where the photos are duped and the original post text is deleted. :-/
Original post text from Posterous:
I actually have a couple other versions of this photo that I edited slightly differently that I’ll post right after this. I don’t usually do abstracts like this, but I like how it turned out. The bridge and the spacey elements kind of remind me of Fringe and the parallel universes.
Another test shot edited in Photoforge2. I’ll have to play around more with this app and blog my impressions later. Originally I had edited this photo in Camera+, but I decided to see what Photoforge2 could come up with. I like the warm feel from this photo. It fits the mood better than what I had done earlier in Camera+ (not that I couldn’t have done a similar treatment in Camera+).
Last night I saw Photoforge2
finally hit the App Store, so I snatched it up while it was on sale for $.99 (a major steal!). It’ll be $4.99 regularly, which given its features, is still quite inexpensive. It’s on sale for launch day, May 19, to help defray upgrade costs for users of the original Photoforge app, so grab it while you can! GhostBird Software also says on their site that this will eventually be a universal app, so this purchase is even more of a great deal when you take that into consideration.
The developers got an extra $1.99 out of me via an in-app purchase of the Pop! Cam filters. You can try out the various filters before buying it. I highly recommend doing so. There are a ton of lenses, films, paper types, flashes, frames and processes to choose from, so there is PLENTY to experiment with. In fact, I think they could sell the Pop! Cam part individually as a camera app if they wanted to; it’s that good and complete.
This is another one of my lamp shots edited with only the Pop! Cam portion of Photoforge2. There are many other powerful editing features in this app that you can see in their impressive demo video