Last month I reviewed the YOPO lens kit for the iPhone 6+/6s+. You can read about that at this link. I was terribly dissatisfied with the quality of the images the kit produced. To be frank, they were just so poor as to be unusable. The ōlloclip 2x Telephoto with Wide Angle and Macro was […]
Selfies. What a concept. A photo to represent our online presence. I think it’s ultimately kind of weird, frankly. But today the selfie is, well, a way of life for some people who seem obsessed with taking them. To each his/her own I suppose. I must admit that I like seeing current photos of people […]
Here are a few other PhonePhotos from my week in the city. I want to brag about Affinity Photo: perspective correction is really easy. Removing people, puddles, and objects (such as cars) is a mouse stroke away! Numerous distracting center foreground reflective puddles were easily removed from the above photo of San Francisco’s City Hall. […]
This has been the move that never has ended. We unexpectedly and suddenly sold a condo we had in the metro area because a buyer who needed a quick closing offered us a quick cash closing. So, we sold it to him. This of course meant moving all of that furniture out. The bulk of […]
Gorgeous view of the Point Bonita Lighthouse where we volunteered! That speck of light at the end of the land mass is the lighthouse. The camera field of view is so limited, but this gives a small sense of the beautiful sunset.
Yet! But things are about to get crazy hectic!
Our beast is always starving and trying to look pitiful. “Feed me! I need my fresh kill or I just can’t carry on…” The vet has him on a diet, but we are still giving him more than he is supposed to eat.
I am always curious about who is awarded the Apple Design Award each year. I’m certain that winning this award is a rather big deal in the software community. But one of this year’s winners is a bit of a puzzle to me: Cinemagraph by Flixel which comes in a variety of different flavors: Pro and […]
The entrance to the north bay is through the “Golden Gate” under the Golden Gate Bridge. The area was once owned by the military but was given to the National Park Service in the 1970’s I think. Today, it’s commonly referred to as the Headlands, over 66,000 acres of gorgeous, undeveloped wilderness. I rather enjoy […]
Yes, I got the creeping crud that has been going around. So, while I was sick, I decided not to bother shaving. The results were not pretty! I couldn’t stand it after a week and shaved it on the day I took this photo.