The Future of Urban Transportation

Urban Migration In the recent past the number of people around the world living in urban cities has exceeded the number of people living in rural areas. This trend will continue, and by 2050 ⅔rds of the world’s population will live in urban areas. People are flocking to large cities for any number of reasons. To be sure, the traffic… Continue reading

Learning Out Loud

I was interested in exploring shooting anamorphic video with the iPhone 6s+1. In fact, I was interested in seeing how far I could push video with the iPhone generally: nighttime, directly into the sun, etc. I also wanted to try mixing some 360º footage into the my little project to see if significantly changing perspective in a normal “flat” video… Continue reading

Interior Courtyard of Fort Point

Yes, I admit, I’ve been on a pano-making extravaganza! If you’ve read the previous posts, you know that the sistoid unit was here for 2 weeks, and we walked all over the earth around here. I shot a lot of panos. More are yet to come! This pano shows the interior courtyard inside Fort Point. The Golden Gate Bridge was… Continue reading

Trulia App – An Awesome App for Moving

Those who read my blog know that a couple of weeks ago I was in San Farncisco only to learn during that visit that I was definitely moving there. God, I hate moving! Finding a home in which you actually want to live is always a challenge, especially in an expensive and expansive city like San Francisco. And, yes… I… Continue reading

San Francisco Weekend Creates Higgledy-Piggledy

Well, I had a busy extended weekend. Ironically, I live in sunny southern California but got sunburned in the much cooler, much foggier northern California. Go figure! Friday I walked from the Palace Hotel down to the Embarcadero shooting pictures, over 21,000 steps. My legs were killing me. I walked so far I decided to take a taxi back to… Continue reading