My favorite part of the season! When @jordanquinn makes her quartely mix!
bikeBack on Flickr.
More from my shoot on the east river with @meghankathleen. Thanks to @hellokittymm for the assistance with lighting. This was my first time shooting with the speedlites and the sun together. Can’t wait to start perfecting that craft.
Another shot from the shoot with Jon. How fun is this, right? Though the balloons didn’t actually make me fly, they made me feel like a 5 year old with out a care in the world. At at 27, that was nice.
What a difference a day made, twenty four little hours
Monday, May 27, 2013
- Margs and Arepas w/Adrianne and Adam
- Waiting for Adrianne to fill up her bike tire
- Hanging out in Brooklyn Bridge park with Adrianne
- Hanging out w/RJ, sad he didn’t make teh Fast Company 100 most creative people list
- A few email’s before bed
For an oversharer like me, Days might be one of my new favorite apps.
From TechCrunch: Days asks you to stop thinking of the moments that are “share-worthy.” On Days, every moment is share-worthy, because the idea is to share the normal, everyday routine of your life. The idea is that people can consume your whole day through photos, as opposed to picking up on little snippets throughout the day.
So as you go through the world snapping photos, Days automatically documents the time and puts them into the “Tuesday” gallery, or whatever day it might be.
What’s interesting about the app though are it’s little nuances:
- You can’t post your Day in real time. Your whole collection of daily photos can only be uploaded at 5am the next day.
- Photos must be taken in-app and posted real time to avoid photoshopped, filtered images. This keeps things authentic and truly reflective of your Day.