Posts under ‘appsperiments’

DeepGlitch: creating glitchy iOS images with depth

It’s been around for years, but I’ve recently found myself spending a lot of time with the Seene app again. Seene is an iOS & Android app that allows you to create photos that are auto-magically converted into 3D renders. I used it for these Alcatraz photos from a few months back. Seene’s effect is […]

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 […]

#LightPaintingSF

It’s time for #LightPaintingSF! Tuesday April 22nd @DocPop & @Shalaco are teaming up with @LightBomber to host a fun bi-coastal light painting meet-up in SF & NY. We’ll be hosting the West Coast edition of a night of light painting and long exposures you won’t want to miss. Whether you’re a light painting expert or […]

Stuff I learned from ANALOG:GLITCH

I had so much fun at the opening reception for my ANALOG:GLITCH show at Photobooth last week. I saw a lot of friends, sold a few pieces (!), drank, and enjoyed the awesome spread that The Galley provided. The show (and Photobooth itself) are closing this Sunday, so you still have a few more days […]