While I was traveling along the US / Mexican Border I was photographing this old abandoned building and noticed the red “paint” in the outside but looking at it closely on an iPhone screen leads time to wonder if it’s blood spatter!? If it is… Those borderlands are truly #nocountryforoldmen! ~ via Instagram http://ift.tt/292YPOB
Dusk out in #Rachel, #Nevada near Area 51. ~ via Instagram http://ift.tt/29dPnUp
Sorry friends, I’m posting frequently today while testing a service called #IFTTT that allows me to syndicate my Instagram posts automagically to other social networks including my photoblog at talkingtreephoto.org.So far it’s working flawlessly. #selfportrait #selfie #myself #guy #man ~ via Instagram http://ift.tt/28WUvOa
An century old #tombstone eroding into ages of silence with each passing day!
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It’s a fact I’d rather be making photographs out in the field rather than sitting at a computer working in a digital darkroom. This is probably the reason I have so many unedited photos still sitting in my 10 year old archive. That being said, here’s how my workflow is setup!
- I go on a photoshoot which is what I love doing most.
I open Adobe Lightroom on my portable mac to edit raw files and convert to Jpeg!
I sometimes use Photoshop to resize images only for web.
Or I export most images (full-size) to my iPhone via Photo Transfer iPhone app.
I do further editing with Instagram’s awesome filters. 😉 This pisses-off most purist photographers! 😛
There you have it.. It’s pretty simple and straight-forward! I’d like to find an excellent WordPress plugin to auto magically resize my photos upon upload. That would be ideal… I haven’t discovered a really high quality plugin to do this!?
If you have any questions, leave them in the comments!
I’m still at a loss for words about my newly acquired addiction to taking photos with a phone. I’ve got the iPhone 4S and it’s addicting. The apps from iTunes are great. Some of them over-process the images though but I’m really liking Hipstamatic. I’m just trying to figure out how to incorporate this photographic portability into my main workflow. This is something I’m taking seriously after hearing stories about photo-journalists using mobile devices to capture important moments. You’re going to start seeing mobile shots on here. It’s apart of the technological evolution of photography!