via 365project.org Along with a few new cameras, I also have three vintage models. This is an old Kodak that sits on one of my bookshelves along with an hourglass. I took this photo using a candle sitting on top of a small tripod.
via 365project.org Close up shot using a few props from around the house positioned on the kitchen counter. Played around with the macro setting on the kit E-M5 lens.
via 365project.org Downtown Indianapolis after dark. It really is among one of the cleanest cities where I’ve lived.
via 365project.org I’m way behind in my picture-a-day project. Here are a few of my recent favorites. This is from Tokyo Sushi, one of my favorite sushi restaurants right in the neighborhood.
via gizmodo.com Amazing.
via memoto.com This is a cool product that’s currently in a Kickstarter campaign. It takes a geo-tagged, five megapixel picture automatically every thirty seconds and can store two days worth of photos. You put it on and it records your life, quietly with no fuss. The app seems to do a great job of allowing […]
via pocket-lint.com Um, um, good.
via uncrate.com A $200 slingshot? I’m all for remembering the not so innocent days of my youth but the rent is too damn high.
via pcmag.com You’ve come a long way, Baby. The new slim and sexy 27″ would be a nice addition to my desk.
via techradar.com This one is a big maybe for me. I’ve put off getting a third generation iPad and I’ve had a Blackberry Playbook where I loved the size but hated the software. This iPad Mini might be juuuuuuust right. I’ve enjoyed the larger screen and the Internet experience is outstanding but something a bit […]