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I am way overdue for writing a blog post. School has started and things have gotten a little crazy. I have decided though to expand a little in this post and talk about video. Well actually video and iPhone photography. There was a really great two day training session on creativeLIVE.com all about iPhoneography. It was very inspiring. The video here is taken with a program called 8mm. It is designed to give a very classic feel to videos. You can do 60's or 70's or 1920's or Noir, or several other settings.
There are a number of really cool applications for the iPhone for photography too. Some are just great photo programs. Some are designed for giving either that vintage look, or other crazy and interesting edits. At some point I hope to review some of the different programs and let you know what is out there, and also how well they work. I know there are some for Android too, but I don't know at this point which are good and which are not.
The big thing to remember is that the best camera is the one that you have with you. The iPhone and the Android phones are always with you. Don't be shy in learning how to use them to take photos. It is a shame to miss a photo op just because you don't have your DSLR out with you. Take some time ahead of time to learn the phone camera, and maybe get a couple additional programs. It is worth it.