Photographers are increasingly embracing smartphones, and Apple’s iPhone in particular, as valid alternatives to their SLRs. Adopting the philosophy that ‘the best camera is the one that’s with you’, photographers find with iPhones that they can simply point and shoot in situations where photography would not be an option with a larger camera. For many, [...]
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I’ve used Blurb to make a book of my iPhoneography photos which I took with my iPhone 3G:
For quite some time I’d been looking forward to building a decent media centre, and after rearranging my flat recently I had a great lounge area, so I went ahead and built it. I’ve read quite a few blog entries about other people’s Mac mini-based media centres over the last few months, and now that [...]
Here are my photos from the Nash Ramblas iPhone Walk, which was part of the London Festival of Architecture 2010. It went from Primrose Hill to St James’s Park along the route of the major changes to London which the architect John Nash designed for the Prince Regent. The walk was presented in the form [...]
My photos from the Open Garden Squares Weekend, which is the weekend when they open lots of gardens in London which are normally not accessible to the public. This year’s outing involved visits to various gardens in Ladbroke Grove and Kensington.