So here’s the deal: I’m trying to liven up my 30 minute commute by seeing things a little differently. All of these shots are taken with the Hipstamatic camera app on my iPhone4, at between 40 and 60 mph. I know what you’re thinking, but pointing and shooting (without really looking) takes absolutely no skill or attention. Much safer than texting. If you’re unfamiliar with Hipstamatic, you might remember this. Random Hipstamatic lens and film combos are generated by the “shake to randomize” function and taken with my iPhone. I realize no one else is going to give a shit, but then again, no one reads this blog anyway. This first series (I’m calling it Homeward Bound; haha yeah that’s fucking cheesy) is heading south, between 5:30 and 6:00 PM, early June 2012. Also, I need to clean my windshield.
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Blog failure. Here are some filler pics. All taken on my iPhone with the Hipstamatic camera using the John S lens and Blanko film.
Sick of this yet?
I’m still here. Really. It’s been so nice out. And I come home and drink, and sit on the porch. And its nice, really nice. We walk around the yard, and pick flowers. Damn. My mind is a numb nothing. My inspiration is a squat in the yard, but saved for the ‘ol iPhone (that time-killing bastard Instagram again). But seriously, its a stellar year for flowers. So far, I’ve got some things to look up. At least one wildflower I haven’t seen before. I found the bloodwart again. But I’m leaving that for another post….
Been looking at those damn chicken wieners way too long. Every time I log in here, well there those greasy bastards are. Why hasn’t anyone stepped up to the plate and posted already? Its been over a week, dammit! Well, unfortunately I’m still at a loss for words. But that’s ok, I’ve got some pictures.
Three of the four are taken with Hipstamatic, a totally awesome (yeah, I said totally awesome, fuckers) iPhone app. Been using a double exposure lens (it’s an internal lens via app; don’t get all excited and don’t ask me how it works) with a black and white film (ditto), and I’m super inspired to keep on clicking with the hipsta since every shot is different (kinda like a snowflake…) with this lens (FYI it’s the Salvador 84 lens). I took these in response to a photo challenge on my Numero Uno favorite app Instagram. If you have an iPhone and haven’t tried Instagram, well, you should (if not then screw it, your loss).
Ok forget all that. On a serious note, the last pic is taken with my regular iPhone camera and ran though Blender, another very nice app, for the double exposure. This is a World War I memorial in the cemetery near my house. Salud!