Posts under ‘iPhone’

The Seene from Alcatraz

You probably already know about my obsession with weird photo apps. In my never ending hunt for new tools I’ve stumbled upon a fantastic app called Seene. Seene captures an image, then builds a 3D model to texture map that image on to. It’s not always perfect, but if you play around with it for […]

Ladybug Convention

On Sunday afternoon we came across this swell article on the annual ladybug migration in Redwood Regional Park in Oakland and decided we had to go check it out. We drove straight out, parked our car and hit the trails. It was a 45 minute walk from the entrance and we found the ladybugs hibernating […]

Online now: Doc’s Guides to Mobile Photography

A few years back I was lucky enough to make a series of mobile photography tips and tricks videos for Postagram. I was working as Postagram’s community manager at the time and these weekly videos were often the highlight of each week for me. I love exploring new apps and techniques and sharing what I […]

AntiTagging, because faces don’t exist for making book.

I always like finding new little gems to add to my Complete List of iOS Glitch Apps™, but this weird little app seemed worthy of getting it’s own little blog post. It’s called AntiTagging and it anonymizes photos by auto-detecting faces and glitching them out. As the developer says: This app makes your face to […]

Christine’s Cracked Screen Wallpaper

A few weeks back, Christine accidentally dropped her Nexus 4 down a big ass hill [edit: Christine wants me to mention it hit a lot of rocks]. The screen cracked and the phone was totally shot, so she ditched it for a Nexus 5. The first thing we did with her new camera was photograph […]