Tag: cell phone photography
Here’s a little video I made back in August when the guys kidnapped me for a stag party in the Austrian mountains. It was shot entirely on my phone with a new app called Lapse It, which allows you to create HD time lapse footage on your cell phone. I was shooting all weekend long cause I was so excited about the new “toy.” When I came home, I sat down and quickly edited this little piece out of it. The group with the trumpet player halfway through the video is not us, by the way. We met them while we were taking a break on top of a mountain called Veitsberg. Apart from the trumpet, they also hiked up two 5-liter-kegs of beer, glass mugs, sausages, a cooker, a pot, water to boil the sausages, plates, silver ware, pretzels and whatever else you might need for a nice meal. These folks were serious…
December 8, 2013
I realize that I still owe the pictures from Calin’s wedding, and so much more, and that I haven’t blogged in almost a month. It’s been a crazy summer and I barely had time to get the stuff done that I needed to do. My paperwork is piling up on my desk and my dirty laundry underneath it (my desk, I mean). The house is a mess, and I don’t even remember when I answered my last email. The good news is, we did have time last weekend for an amazing barbecue of slowly smoked ribs and tenderloin by the one and only Raymond J. Suda that blew my family and me away and once and for all redefined what we know as barbecue. Also, we managed to squeeze in a short trip to our beloved Island of Elba with Beth’s parents. Here are some shots from my cell phone:
August 21, 2012
On Monday, my family and I took my brother’s little kids to a bird park right outside our town. I had some fun with a pretty cool camera app called Vignette. It’s yet another one of these viral toy camera apps, buy you have a large variety of effects that you can apply after the picture is taken while the original is saved unaltered. Anyway, just some nerdy toy, but fun to play with. Here you go:
April 10, 2012
I’m currently in Hamburg to show my portfolio to some of the editors at the German magazines. There is a lot of water in this city; along the main river, the Elbe, the Hamburg public transport company runs a number of ferries that go up and down the huge harbor area. Since I had a day pass and some time to kill between two appointments, I decided to go on a ride…
Cranes are reflected on the frozen Elbe river at the harbor in Hamburg, Monday, February 13, 2012.
Passengers on a ferry take in the view of the Elbe harbor in Hamburg, Monday, February 13, 2012.
February 13, 2012