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LOMO – Breaking all the rules.

LOMO – Breaking all the rules.

Lomography. A strange, yet exciting photographic technique popularized a few decades ago by people interested in shooting at random.  Lomo cameras were manufactured by a small company in St. Petersburg, Russia during the Cold War.  After being smuggled out of the Soviet Union, they found themselves in the hands of Austrian youths …

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uc.edu homepage December Feature

uc.edu homepage December Feature

Took this with my iphone, but don’t tell them that. Somewhere around 20 pictures put together with the app AutoStitch. Click on the picture to see the feature or go to uc.edu homepage during the month of December.

Click here to see the full res.

Update: This will also be featured in the April …

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November Skyline

November Skyline

Went out last night to see the Leonid meteor shower that happens every November. Since I had stayed up till 430am, and it was overcast, I decided not to let it go to waste.  This is definitely my favorite lookout of the Queen City. Click on the picture to view full size.…

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Ronnie Rayguns

Ronnie Rayguns

T-shirt design for an indoor soccer team. The Ronald Rayguns – an appropriate nickname for the president who was adamant about installing “ray guns” on the seaboards to protect his country from Russian ICBMS.…

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Panorama

Panorama

Before software like photoshop, creating panoramas used to be quite the task. Now with apps like Autostitch, they can easily and impressively be created right on an iPhone.  Most of these are 30+ pictures from an iPhone 3GS, combined into one Panorama. This technique worked quite well while traveling through Europe this past summer. …

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How to use your iPhone 3GS in Germany

How to use your iPhone 3GS in Germany

So I’ve been studying abroadin Germany for two months now. Specifically Munich.  When I got ready for the trip, I went to At&t to get an international data package. That seemed like the logical thing to do. Well turns out it’s an absurd amount of money. Something like $150 for 200mb. So like most other …

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