With cellphone technology advancing and developers given the tools to make different photo applications, the point and shoot camera has almost been replaced by iPhones, Blackberrys, and Androids. Although these cellphone produced images look great on small screens, the quality is sub par if you decide to print them out. As one who loves photography and taking photos, it bothers me that people are aren't using higher resolution cameras to capture these important moments. This bothered me so much I had a venting session with a friend talking about this very subject... then later that day i hooked my iphone up to my computer and saw this...
8GBs of PHOTOS?!? I felt like an idiot. Here i was on my high horse and in the end i was guilty of taking too many photos on my cellphone. but it goes without saying that cellphones has made it easier to communicate with everyone else and they have made it easier for people to share photos and videos. And with social media penetrating our everyday life style, the cellphone makes it easy for us to share with large group of people with minimal effort.
So now that everyone knows i have 8GBs worth of cellphone photos, i wanted to showcase some of these to you all in 3 parts starting with all my favorite panoramic shots of 2010.
Guerin, Ryan, Christine, and Evan at Barcade - Williamsburg, BK.
Brooklyn Bridge - Brooklyn, NY.
Leica Gallery - Manhattan, NY.
Roosevelt Park - Manhattan, NY.
The ballroom in the Alexandria Hotel in DTLA.
On a walkabout with SA Martinez and Troy in Ojai.
Bike Ride at Bonelli Park in San Dimas. (SAN DIMAS HIGHSCHOOL FOOTBALL RULES!)
Red Rocks Amphitheater - Morrisson, CO.
Dodgers Stadium - Los Angeles, CA.
Brown Night - Glendale, CA.
DTLA (Downtown LA)
Manhattan from East River State Park - Brooklyn, NY.
Time Square - Manhattan, NY.
Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan Bridge - from Brooklyn, NY.
National Mall - Washington, D.C.
Lincoln Memorial - Washington, D.C.
Yee-Haw Industries - Knoxville, TN.
The HIVE - Los Angeles, CA.
Rio Tinto home of Real Salt Lake - Sandy, UT.
Hello Kitty "Small Gift" - Santa Monica, CA.
Garcia Trail - Azusa, CA.
Next post will feature my favorite hipstamatic prints...
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