K & 20th. The streets. #architecture #igdc #droidedit #mobilephotography (at touchdownSPACE)
See on Scoop.it - MobilePhotography
“…What’s more, although the app generated no revenue, it had attracted so much attention from venture capitalists that the start-up had nearly closed an impressive new round of funding at a wildly high valuation of $500 million. Zuckerberg had just doubled that, leaving Systrom with a lot to think about on that train-station bench. Click. If there ever was a money shot to take for Instagram and Systrom, that was it.” -Vanity Fair Going from startup generating no revenue to being offered a billion dollars to walk away. Who says image isn’t everything? - Nakeva
See on m.vanityfair.com
Music from the heart. #wearejuxt #droidedit #instantdc (at Rockville Metro Pedestrian Bridge)
So Proud of my @AndroidEditors team at the #diveuniverse #mobilephotography conference!
Impressions from mobile photo festival D-IVE
Three days of mobile photography, knowledge sharing and social networking in Barcelona has come to an end. The only thing we can complain about is that we wish it lasted so much longer! The D-IVE team with Carol de Britos in charge did a fantastic job organizing the event.
Android Editors had the honor of being invited as speakers to the event. In total we performed two keynotes, two master classes and four workshops. We was busy but had a fantastic time and met so many nice and skilled people.
Here we share our impressions. Read the FULL ARTICLE.
Being bribed with Starbucks to go to IKEA. Ok. at Starbucks – View on Path.
“Mobile photography has definitely put visual communication firmly in the hands of everybody that owns a smartphone.” - Pedro Da Silva
Sunday Feature by Pedro Da Silva
At the end of November 1998, I left Johannesburg International Airport in South Africa with a ticket in my hand, a rucksack on my back and a fire in my heart. I was 23. I was looking for adventure, fun, new experiences and travel. My destination? London. My plans when I arrived? None… I decided to be spontaneous and take each day as it came.
This image was shot at the underground station in Terminal 3. I dropped a friend off at the terminal and once they had checked in, I proceeded to loiter about for a spontaneous photo walk. It was late in the evening and so the underground station was quite ghostly, much different to how it is during peak hours…
Read the FULL ARTICLE where Pedro talks about photography, his editing style and favorite apps.
What I dislike about this Flipboard 2.0: yet another mobile app that gave iPhone users a 500,000 publication head start and leaves Android users to play at a later date. Of course, Flipboard tested the new version with dozens of the usual suspects categorized as “influencers.” Great, love it, launch it! Meanwhile, what about the “influencers” using an Android?
On another perspective, Android users can still use the bookmark shortcut to create a publication and add content. However, make a bookmark of that magazine and remember to add content that you will not be able to see unless you have an iPhone. Once, or IF, it opens to Android, I can see a great potential for the visual arts like photographers, designers and artists.
(via Flipboard users flock to its new magazine feature, creating 500,000 in 2 weeks - The Next Web)
Example of testing the bookmark to Flip an article to a magazine, I started “Artesign” - http://flip.it/x3CE9 (Which can’t be viewed without an iPhone, but the starting article image is the cover image)
Astrophotography awesomeness! Taken with a Nikon by Jerry Lodriguss! #photography
M45 - The Pleiades Nebula and Cluster
Exciting image edited by @impalero (IG)! An iphone & Android user. Click through to read his editing process.
Android Editors Member Submission by Edu C, @impalero
With D-ive festival around the corner (will take place in Barcelona on 19, 20 and 21 April 2013), and as I am doing a presentation on Snapseed, I thought of submitting an image edited only with Snapseed… and I nearly made it.
Title: The storm chase
Beautiful creative piece! -N
Untitled, Sandpaper on Photographic print, 2011
communicate.Now | “Learn to use your words so we can…communicate.” - BT
Be a pretty pansy. #nature #flowers #thehomedepot (at The Home Depot)