Jacob Dix2012-09-29 10:52:01
What If

Share this +Google+ Mockups if you agree. Period.
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  • Jacob Dix2012-09-29 10:52:01
    What If

    Share this +Google+ Mockups if you agree. Period.
  • 618 plusses - 103 comments - 166 shares | Read in G+
  • Jacob Dix2012-09-29 10:52:01
    What If

    Share this +Google+ Mockups if you agree. Period.
  • 618 plusses - 103 comments - 166 shares | Read in G+
  • Jacob Dix2012-09-29 10:52:01
    What If

    Share this +Google+ Mockups if you agree. Period.
  • 618 plusses - 103 comments - 166 shares | Read in G+
  • Jacob Dix2012-09-29 10:52:01
    What If

    Share this +Google+ Mockups if you agree. Period.
  • 618 plusses - 103 comments - 166 shares | Read in G+
  • Jacob Dix2012-04-17 14:04:03
    Tips for Getting Organized with Gmail

    Staying on top of your email can be a hassle. Especially so, now that you've got all these G+ notifications popping outta your ears! So here are some ready-mades that don't take too much time to do (because I've already done them) to help you organize. You don't have to use all of these tricks, but they work for me.

    1) Go to your settings and change your theme to black or a darker color. It's much easier on the eyes.

    2) Go to Settings / Labs and enable at least these four Lab functions:
    Multiple Inboxes
    Quick Links
    Canned Responses

    Also, in your main settings, be sure to arrange stars to your liking.

    3) To the left, below the standard categories Gmail provides (and the labels I have made) are my Quick Links. Quick Links are saved searches in my Gmail.

    Info: has:blue-info
    Queries: has:purple-question
    Pending: has:orange-guillemet
    Economy: has:green-star
    Unread: l:^u
    PDF: filename:pdf
    Word: filename:(.doc OR .docx)
    Power Point: filename:ppt OR pptx
    Attachments: has:attachment
    Photos: filename:(jpg OR jpeg OR png)

    These are similar to saved searches in G+. Some of these above are standard, such as the search filename:pdf which gives me all emails with pdf files attached. Some others require a little fixing. Note the quick link called Unread The search criteria is the following: l:^u

    Other of my quick links use extra stars (order of preference chosen in the main settings page). Why use stars over labels? Well, labels apply to a whole conversation. Stars on the other hand can apply to specific emails within a conversation.

    Any particular post with an important piece of info, such as a name or thing to remember, gets a blue info star. The quick link (has:blue-info) makes for easy access to these. The term has:blue-info actually comes up in the search box, so that I can add additional search info to it, such as "from:bob" to get those emails marked with that star from that person.

    4) Multiple Inboxes are much better for me than Google's arbitrary determination of what is important for me. The image shows five (5) separate inboxes to the right of my main inbox. They are three posts wide a piece, so that I see the top emails in each category. This allows me to get to them fast. Multiple inboxes use filters to determine what falls into those boxes. You can make then go to both your main inbox and to a secondary inbox. Here I have four (4) inboxes that have specifically labeled posts. Some emails within them are stared, some not. The last inbox is a pending inbox. It is also a quick link called "pending" and has has:orange-guillemet as a search criteria. When I am done taking care of these, I remove the star, and it ceases to appear in that inbox and in quick link search.

    5) Canned Responses allow you to write an email, and then save it as a standardized response. This is a great time saver. Do you get a lot of email that needs standardized responses? Send the typical canned response. Do you need to have more than one standardized signature? Make a canned response for each signature, and click on the one needed at the end of your emails!

    6) Other recommended time saver Labs:
    Send in Background
    Message Translation
    Quote selected text
    Undo Send

    A link to further tips for Gmail: https://plus.google.com/u/0/100152754393360938972/posts/8aQXrBVHaCn

    #Gmail #Tips
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  • Jacob Dix2012-04-17 14:04:03
    Tips for Getting Organized with Gmail

    Staying on top of your email can be a hassle. Especially so, now that you've got all these G+ notifications popping outta your ears! So here are some ready-mades that don't take too much time to do (because I've already done them) to help you organize. You don't have to use all of these tricks, but they work for me.

    1) Go to your settings and change your theme to black or a darker color. It's much easier on the eyes.

    2) Go to Settings / Labs and enable at least these four Lab functions:
    Multiple Inboxes
    Quick Links
    Canned Responses

    Also, in your main settings, be sure to arrange stars to your liking.

    3) To the left, below the standard categories Gmail provides (and the labels I have made) are my Quick Links. Quick Links are saved searches in my Gmail.

    Info: has:blue-info
    Queries: has:purple-question
    Pending: has:orange-guillemet
    Economy: has:green-star
    Unread: l:^u
    PDF: filename:pdf
    Word: filename:(.doc OR .docx)
    Power Point: filename:ppt OR pptx
    Attachments: has:attachment
    Photos: filename:(jpg OR jpeg OR png)

    These are similar to saved searches in G+. Some of these above are standard, such as the search filename:pdf which gives me all emails with pdf files attached. Some others require a little fixing. Note the quick link called Unread The search criteria is the following: l:^u

    Other of my quick links use extra stars (order of preference chosen in the main settings page). Why use stars over labels? Well, labels apply to a whole conversation. Stars on the other hand can apply to specific emails within a conversation.

    Any particular post with an important piece of info, such as a name or thing to remember, gets a blue info star. The quick link (has:blue-info) makes for easy access to these. The term has:blue-info actually comes up in the search box, so that I can add additional search info to it, such as "from:bob" to get those emails marked with that star from that person.

    4) Multiple Inboxes are much better for me than Google's arbitrary determination of what is important for me. The image shows five (5) separate inboxes to the right of my main inbox. They are three posts wide a piece, so that I see the top emails in each category. This allows me to get to them fast. Multiple inboxes use filters to determine what falls into those boxes. You can make then go to both your main inbox and to a secondary inbox. Here I have four (4) inboxes that have specifically labeled posts. Some emails within them are stared, some not. The last inbox is a pending inbox. It is also a quick link called "pending" and has has:orange-guillemet as a search criteria. When I am done taking care of these, I remove the star, and it ceases to appear in that inbox and in quick link search.

    5) Canned Responses allow you to write an email, and then save it as a standardized response. This is a great time saver. Do you get a lot of email that needs standardized responses? Send the typical canned response. Do you need to have more than one standardized signature? Make a canned response for each signature, and click on the one needed at the end of your emails!

    6) Other recommended time saver Labs:
    Send in Background
    Message Translation
    Quote selected text
    Undo Send

    A link to further tips for Gmail: https://plus.google.com/u/0/100152754393360938972/posts/8aQXrBVHaCn

    #Gmail #Tips
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  • Jacob Dix2012-04-17 14:04:03
    Tips for Getting Organized with Gmail

    Staying on top of your email can be a hassle. Especially so, now that you've got all these G+ notifications popping outta your ears! So here are some ready-mades that don't take too much time to do (because I've already done them) to help you organize. You don't have to use all of these tricks, but they work for me.

    1) Go to your settings and change your theme to black or a darker color. It's much easier on the eyes.

    2) Go to Settings / Labs and enable at least these four Lab functions:
    Multiple Inboxes
    Quick Links
    Canned Responses

    Also, in your main settings, be sure to arrange stars to your liking.

    3) To the left, below the standard categories Gmail provides (and the labels I have made) are my Quick Links. Quick Links are saved searches in my Gmail.

    Info: has:blue-info
    Queries: has:purple-question
    Pending: has:orange-guillemet
    Economy: has:green-star
    Unread: l:^u
    PDF: filename:pdf
    Word: filename:(.doc OR .docx)
    Power Point: filename:ppt OR pptx
    Attachments: has:attachment
    Photos: filename:(jpg OR jpeg OR png)

    These are similar to saved searches in G+. Some of these above are standard, such as the search filename:pdf which gives me all emails with pdf files attached. Some others require a little fixing. Note the quick link called Unread The search criteria is the following: l:^u

    Other of my quick links use extra stars (order of preference chosen in the main settings page). Why use stars over labels? Well, labels apply to a whole conversation. Stars on the other hand can apply to specific emails within a conversation.

    Any particular post with an important piece of info, such as a name or thing to remember, gets a blue info star. The quick link (has:blue-info) makes for easy access to these. The term has:blue-info actually comes up in the search box, so that I can add additional search info to it, such as "from:bob" to get those emails marked with that star from that person.

    4) Multiple Inboxes are much better for me than Google's arbitrary determination of what is important for me. The image shows five (5) separate inboxes to the right of my main inbox. They are three posts wide a piece, so that I see the top emails in each category. This allows me to get to them fast. Multiple inboxes use filters to determine what falls into those boxes. You can make then go to both your main inbox and to a secondary inbox. Here I have four (4) inboxes that have specifically labeled posts. Some emails within them are stared, some not. The last inbox is a pending inbox. It is also a quick link called "pending" and has has:orange-guillemet as a search criteria. When I am done taking care of these, I remove the star, and it ceases to appear in that inbox and in quick link search.

    5) Canned Responses allow you to write an email, and then save it as a standardized response. This is a great time saver. Do you get a lot of email that needs standardized responses? Send the typical canned response. Do you need to have more than one standardized signature? Make a canned response for each signature, and click on the one needed at the end of your emails!

    6) Other recommended time saver Labs:
    Send in Background
    Message Translation
    Quote selected text
    Undo Send

    A link to further tips for Gmail: https://plus.google.com/u/0/100152754393360938972/posts/8aQXrBVHaCn

    #Gmail #Tips
  • 200 plusses - 83 comments - 183 shares | Read in G+
  • Jacob Dix2012-04-17 14:04:03
    Tips for Getting Organized with Gmail

    Staying on top of your email can be a hassle. Especially so, now that you've got all these G+ notifications popping outta your ears! So here are some ready-mades that don't take too much time to do (because I've already done them) to help you organize. You don't have to use all of these tricks, but they work for me.

    1) Go to your settings and change your theme to black or a darker color. It's much easier on the eyes.

    2) Go to Settings / Labs and enable at least these four Lab functions:
    Multiple Inboxes
    Quick Links
    Canned Responses

    Also, in your main settings, be sure to arrange stars to your liking.

    3) To the left, below the standard categories Gmail provides (and the labels I have made) are my Quick Links. Quick Links are saved searches in my Gmail.

    Info: has:blue-info
    Queries: has:purple-question
    Pending: has:orange-guillemet
    Economy: has:green-star
    Unread: l:^u
    PDF: filename:pdf
    Word: filename:(.doc OR .docx)
    Power Point: filename:ppt OR pptx
    Attachments: has:attachment
    Photos: filename:(jpg OR jpeg OR png)

    These are similar to saved searches in G+. Some of these above are standard, such as the search filename:pdf which gives me all emails with pdf files attached. Some others require a little fixing. Note the quick link called Unread The search criteria is the following: l:^u

    Other of my quick links use extra stars (order of preference chosen in the main settings page). Why use stars over labels? Well, labels apply to a whole conversation. Stars on the other hand can apply to specific emails within a conversation.

    Any particular post with an important piece of info, such as a name or thing to remember, gets a blue info star. The quick link (has:blue-info) makes for easy access to these. The term has:blue-info actually comes up in the search box, so that I can add additional search info to it, such as "from:bob" to get those emails marked with that star from that person.

    4) Multiple Inboxes are much better for me than Google's arbitrary determination of what is important for me. The image shows five (5) separate inboxes to the right of my main inbox. They are three posts wide a piece, so that I see the top emails in each category. This allows me to get to them fast. Multiple inboxes use filters to determine what falls into those boxes. You can make then go to both your main inbox and to a secondary inbox. Here I have four (4) inboxes that have specifically labeled posts. Some emails within them are stared, some not. The last inbox is a pending inbox. It is also a quick link called "pending" and has has:orange-guillemet as a search criteria. When I am done taking care of these, I remove the star, and it ceases to appear in that inbox and in quick link search.

    5) Canned Responses allow you to write an email, and then save it as a standardized response. This is a great time saver. Do you get a lot of email that needs standardized responses? Send the typical canned response. Do you need to have more than one standardized signature? Make a canned response for each signature, and click on the one needed at the end of your emails!

    6) Other recommended time saver Labs:
    Send in Background
    Message Translation
    Quote selected text
    Undo Send

    A link to further tips for Gmail: https://plus.google.com/u/0/100152754393360938972/posts/8aQXrBVHaCn

    #Gmail #Tips
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  • Jacob Dix2012-01-12 13:42:47
    Sideways Circles

    Why on earth didn't +Google+ make the Circles page parallel, given that 99.99999% of all computer screens are made wider than they are tall? This is how it should be done!

    This, and my other G+ suggestions are all hashtagged #JacobsIdeas

    Share it to promote it.

    #googleplusmockups
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  • Jacob Dix2012-01-12 13:42:47
    Sideways Circles

    Why on earth didn't +Google+ make the Circles page parallel, given that 99.99999% of all computer screens are made wider than they are tall? This is how it should be done!

    This, and my other G+ suggestions are all hashtagged #JacobsIdeas

    Share it to promote it.

    #googleplusmockups
  • 244 plusses - 53 comments - 139 shares | Read in G+
  • Jacob Dix2012-01-12 13:42:47
    Sideways Circles

    Why on earth didn't +Google+ make the Circles page parallel, given that 99.99999% of all computer screens are made wider than they are tall? This is how it should be done!

    This, and my other G+ suggestions are all hashtagged #JacobsIdeas

    Share it to promote it.

    #googleplusmockups
  • 244 plusses - 53 comments - 139 shares | Read in G+
  • Jacob Dix2012-01-12 13:42:47
    Sideways Circles

    Why on earth didn't +Google+ make the Circles page parallel, given that 99.99999% of all computer screens are made wider than they are tall? This is how it should be done!

    This, and my other G+ suggestions are all hashtagged #JacobsIdeas

    Share it to promote it.

    #googleplusmockups
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  • Jacob Dix2012-05-04 07:27:06
    Since it's #StarWarsDay I'll share an old grammar lesson with you...
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  • Jacob Dix2012-05-04 07:27:06
    Since it's #StarWarsDay I'll share an old grammar lesson with you...
  • 158 plusses - 68 comments - 59 shares | Read in G+
  • Jacob Dix2012-05-04 07:27:06
    Since it's #StarWarsDay I'll share an old grammar lesson with you...
  • 158 plusses - 68 comments - 59 shares | Read in G+
  • Jacob Dix2012-05-04 07:27:06
    Since it's #StarWarsDay I'll share an old grammar lesson with you...
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  • Jacob Dix2012-04-27 11:10:21
    Mobile Photographers Circle

    Mobile Photographers need to get organized. Are you a #Mobilographer ? #iPhoneographer or #Droidographer ?

    If you would like to be included in this circle:

    1) Plus this post.

    2) Leave a comment with a link to some of your recent mobile photography work.

    3) Share the circle, so that other mobilographers have a chance to see this and join.

    Know someone who is a mobileographer? Mention them in the comments below.

    I'm notifying those that are in this circle. Please share it. Let's get organized, yeah? +abhishek chamaria How is your circle coming along? Care to share it soon?

    #MobileOnly #Mobileography #Mobilography #MobileArtPhotography #MobilePhotography
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  • Jacob Dix2012-04-27 11:10:21
    Mobile Photographers Circle

    Mobile Photographers need to get organized. Are you a #Mobilographer ? #iPhoneographer or #Droidographer ?

    If you would like to be included in this circle:

    1) Plus this post.

    2) Leave a comment with a link to some of your recent mobile photography work.

    3) Share the circle, so that other mobilographers have a chance to see this and join.

    Know someone who is a mobileographer? Mention them in the comments below.

    I'm notifying those that are in this circle. Please share it. Let's get organized, yeah? +abhishek chamaria How is your circle coming along? Care to share it soon?

    #MobileOnly #Mobileography #Mobilography #MobileArtPhotography #MobilePhotography
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  • Jacob Dix2012-04-27 11:10:21
    Mobile Photographers Circle

    Mobile Photographers need to get organized. Are you a #Mobilographer ? #iPhoneographer or #Droidographer ?

    If you would like to be included in this circle:

    1) Plus this post.

    2) Leave a comment with a link to some of your recent mobile photography work.

    3) Share the circle, so that other mobilographers have a chance to see this and join.

    Know someone who is a mobileographer? Mention them in the comments below.

    I'm notifying those that are in this circle. Please share it. Let's get organized, yeah? +abhishek chamaria How is your circle coming along? Care to share it soon?

    #MobileOnly #Mobileography #Mobilography #MobileArtPhotography #MobilePhotography
  • 47 plusses - 91 comments - 26 shares | Read in G+
  • Jacob Dix2012-04-27 11:10:21
    Mobile Photographers Circle

    Mobile Photographers need to get organized. Are you a #Mobilographer ? #iPhoneographer or #Droidographer ?

    If you would like to be included in this circle:

    1) Plus this post.

    2) Leave a comment with a link to some of your recent mobile photography work.

    3) Share the circle, so that other mobilographers have a chance to see this and join.

    Know someone who is a mobileographer? Mention them in the comments below.

    I'm notifying those that are in this circle. Please share it. Let's get organized, yeah? +abhishek chamaria How is your circle coming along? Care to share it soon?

    #MobileOnly #Mobileography #Mobilography #MobileArtPhotography #MobilePhotography
  • 47 plusses - 91 comments - 26 shares | Read in G+
  • Jacob Dix2013-10-25 11:22:57
    Mobile Photographers

    Mobile Photography -- or as I call it  #Mobilography  -- is an artform that, happy to report, has flourished here on Google+. This circle of mobile photographers is not food and cats. It is art, it is creativity, it is beauty and content. Some of the individuals in this circle are film and DSLR photographers as well. The phone camera though is a regular and equally legitimate camera to use in their photography and documentation of their worlds.

    If you have been notified of this post, you are in the circle.

    Crowd Sourcing

    I am taking suggestions for people to add to this circle for the future. If you are a mobile photographer, or know a mobile photographer, that isn't in this circle, please mention them here and include a link to a gallery of work.

    You are not required to share this circle to get into it. I can't stand that gimmick. Share it if you want people to know about our work.

    #MobilePhotography   #Mobilography   #Mobilographers   #MobilePhotographers   #CircleShare   #SharedCircle  
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  • Jacob Dix2013-10-25 11:22:57
    Mobile Photographers

    Mobile Photography -- or as I call it  #Mobilography  -- is an artform that, happy to report, has flourished here on Google+. This circle of mobile photographers is not food and cats. It is art, it is creativity, it is beauty and content. Some of the individuals in this circle are film and DSLR photographers as well. The phone camera though is a regular and equally legitimate camera to use in their photography and documentation of their worlds.

    If you have been notified of this post, you are in the circle.

    Crowd Sourcing

    I am taking suggestions for people to add to this circle for the future. If you are a mobile photographer, or know a mobile photographer, that isn't in this circle, please mention them here and include a link to a gallery of work.

    You are not required to share this circle to get into it. I can't stand that gimmick. Share it if you want people to know about our work.

    #MobilePhotography   #Mobilography   #Mobilographers   #MobilePhotographers   #CircleShare   #SharedCircle  
  • 59 plusses - 88 comments - 14 shares | Read in G+
  • Jacob Dix2013-10-25 11:22:57
    Mobile Photographers

    Mobile Photography -- or as I call it  #Mobilography  -- is an artform that, happy to report, has flourished here on Google+. This circle of mobile photographers is not food and cats. It is art, it is creativity, it is beauty and content. Some of the individuals in this circle are film and DSLR photographers as well. The phone camera though is a regular and equally legitimate camera to use in their photography and documentation of their worlds.

    If you have been notified of this post, you are in the circle.

    Crowd Sourcing

    I am taking suggestions for people to add to this circle for the future. If you are a mobile photographer, or know a mobile photographer, that isn't in this circle, please mention them here and include a link to a gallery of work.

    You are not required to share this circle to get into it. I can't stand that gimmick. Share it if you want people to know about our work.

    #MobilePhotography   #Mobilography   #Mobilographers   #MobilePhotographers   #CircleShare   #SharedCircle  
  • 59 plusses - 88 comments - 14 shares | Read in G+
  • Jacob Dix2013-10-25 11:22:57
    Mobile Photographers

    Mobile Photography -- or as I call it  #Mobilography  -- is an artform that, happy to report, has flourished here on Google+. This circle of mobile photographers is not food and cats. It is art, it is creativity, it is beauty and content. Some of the individuals in this circle are film and DSLR photographers as well. The phone camera though is a regular and equally legitimate camera to use in their photography and documentation of their worlds.

    If you have been notified of this post, you are in the circle.

    Crowd Sourcing

    I am taking suggestions for people to add to this circle for the future. If you are a mobile photographer, or know a mobile photographer, that isn't in this circle, please mention them here and include a link to a gallery of work.

    You are not required to share this circle to get into it. I can't stand that gimmick. Share it if you want people to know about our work.

    #MobilePhotography   #Mobilography   #Mobilographers   #MobilePhotographers   #CircleShare   #SharedCircle  
  • 59 plusses - 88 comments - 14 shares | Read in G+
  • Jacob Dix2013-10-25 11:22:57
    Mobile Photographers

    Mobile Photography -- or as I call it  #Mobilography  -- is an artform that, happy to report, has flourished here on Google+. This circle of mobile photographers is not food and cats. It is art, it is creativity, it is beauty and content. Some of the individuals in this circle are film and DSLR photographers as well. The phone camera though is a regular and equally legitimate camera to use in their photography and documentation of their worlds.

    If you have been notified of this post, you are in the circle.

    Crowd Sourcing

    I am taking suggestions for people to add to this circle for the future. If you are a mobile photographer, or know a mobile photographer, that isn't in this circle, please mention them here and include a link to a gallery of work.

    You are not required to share this circle to get into it. I can't stand that gimmick. Share it if you want people to know about our work.

    #MobilePhotography   #Mobilography   #Mobilographers   #MobilePhotographers   #CircleShare   #SharedCircle  
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  • Jacob Dix2012-05-02 10:15:19
    Mobilographers

    This is my updated circle of #Mobilographers which began with a core of mobile artists known to me, followed by controlled crowd-sourcing to discover others. All profiles have been checked, so that everyone in this circle regularly posts, has a gallery or album of #MobileOnly images, or posts such regularly. The original post if here: https://plus.google.com/u/0/100152754393360938972/posts/A9gNfpZY8xz

    I encourage all within this circle to share it. I recommend this circle to others for the beautiful, creative and artistic content its members produce and share.

    I am going to crowd source one more time, because I know there are more #MobilePhotographers out there. If you would like to be included in this circle:

    1) Plus this post.

    2) Leave a comment with a link to some of your recent mobile photography work.

    3) Share the circle, so that other mobilographers have a chance to see this and join.

    4) Know someone who is a mobileographer? Mention them in the comments below.

    Numbers 1-3 must be done to be included. Let's get organized!
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  • Jacob Dix2012-05-02 10:15:19
    Mobilographers

    This is my updated circle of #Mobilographers which began with a core of mobile artists known to me, followed by controlled crowd-sourcing to discover others. All profiles have been checked, so that everyone in this circle regularly posts, has a gallery or album of #MobileOnly images, or posts such regularly. The original post if here: https://plus.google.com/u/0/100152754393360938972/posts/A9gNfpZY8xz

    I encourage all within this circle to share it. I recommend this circle to others for the beautiful, creative and artistic content its members produce and share.

    I am going to crowd source one more time, because I know there are more #MobilePhotographers out there. If you would like to be included in this circle:

    1) Plus this post.

    2) Leave a comment with a link to some of your recent mobile photography work.

    3) Share the circle, so that other mobilographers have a chance to see this and join.

    4) Know someone who is a mobileographer? Mention them in the comments below.

    Numbers 1-3 must be done to be included. Let's get organized!
  • 53 plusses - 71 comments - 24 shares | Read in G+
  • Jacob Dix2012-05-02 10:15:19
    Mobilographers

    This is my updated circle of #Mobilographers which began with a core of mobile artists known to me, followed by controlled crowd-sourcing to discover others. All profiles have been checked, so that everyone in this circle regularly posts, has a gallery or album of #MobileOnly images, or posts such regularly. The original post if here: https://plus.google.com/u/0/100152754393360938972/posts/A9gNfpZY8xz

    I encourage all within this circle to share it. I recommend this circle to others for the beautiful, creative and artistic content its members produce and share.

    I am going to crowd source one more time, because I know there are more #MobilePhotographers out there. If you would like to be included in this circle:

    1) Plus this post.

    2) Leave a comment with a link to some of your recent mobile photography work.

    3) Share the circle, so that other mobilographers have a chance to see this and join.

    4) Know someone who is a mobileographer? Mention them in the comments below.

    Numbers 1-3 must be done to be included. Let's get organized!
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  • Jacob Dix2012-05-02 10:15:19
    Mobilographers

    This is my updated circle of #Mobilographers which began with a core of mobile artists known to me, followed by controlled crowd-sourcing to discover others. All profiles have been checked, so that everyone in this circle regularly posts, has a gallery or album of #MobileOnly images, or posts such regularly. The original post if here: https://plus.google.com/u/0/100152754393360938972/posts/A9gNfpZY8xz

    I encourage all within this circle to share it. I recommend this circle to others for the beautiful, creative and artistic content its members produce and share.

    I am going to crowd source one more time, because I know there are more #MobilePhotographers out there. If you would like to be included in this circle:

    1) Plus this post.

    2) Leave a comment with a link to some of your recent mobile photography work.

    3) Share the circle, so that other mobilographers have a chance to see this and join.

    4) Know someone who is a mobileographer? Mention them in the comments below.

    Numbers 1-3 must be done to be included. Let's get organized!
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  • Jacob Dix2014-01-04 15:48:25
    Mobilography.net

    Mobilography.net is now officially open. 

    Have a look around, follow me, leave a comment or share a post with the community. On the site you will find my exploration of the art of mobile photography, or as I term it, mobilography. As time goes on, you will also find tips, tutorials, reviews, and an occasional highlight of my mobile photography friends and their work. I have put time and effort into the look and feel of the site. I will do so with its content as well.

    http://www.mobilography.net/is-now-open/

    #Mobilography   #MobilePhotography   #SmartphonePhotography  
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  • Jacob Dix2014-01-04 15:48:25
    Mobilography.net

    Mobilography.net is now officially open. 

    Have a look around, follow me, leave a comment or share a post with the community. On the site you will find my exploration of the art of mobile photography, or as I term it, mobilography. As time goes on, you will also find tips, tutorials, reviews, and an occasional highlight of my mobile photography friends and their work. I have put time and effort into the look and feel of the site. I will do so with its content as well.

    http://www.mobilography.net/is-now-open/

    #Mobilography   #MobilePhotography   #SmartphonePhotography  
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  • Jacob Dix2014-01-04 15:48:25
    Mobilography.net

    Mobilography.net is now officially open. 

    Have a look around, follow me, leave a comment or share a post with the community. On the site you will find my exploration of the art of mobile photography, or as I term it, mobilography. As time goes on, you will also find tips, tutorials, reviews, and an occasional highlight of my mobile photography friends and their work. I have put time and effort into the look and feel of the site. I will do so with its content as well.

    http://www.mobilography.net/is-now-open/

    #Mobilography   #MobilePhotography   #SmartphonePhotography  
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  • Jacob Dix2014-01-04 15:48:25
    Mobilography.net

    Mobilography.net is now officially open. 

    Have a look around, follow me, leave a comment or share a post with the community. On the site you will find my exploration of the art of mobile photography, or as I term it, mobilography. As time goes on, you will also find tips, tutorials, reviews, and an occasional highlight of my mobile photography friends and their work. I have put time and effort into the look and feel of the site. I will do so with its content as well.

    http://www.mobilography.net/is-now-open/

    #Mobilography   #MobilePhotography   #SmartphonePhotography  
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  • Jacob Dix2014-01-04 15:48:25
    Mobilography.net

    Mobilography.net is now officially open. 

    Have a look around, follow me, leave a comment or share a post with the community. On the site you will find my exploration of the art of mobile photography, or as I term it, mobilography. As time goes on, you will also find tips, tutorials, reviews, and an occasional highlight of my mobile photography friends and their work. I have put time and effort into the look and feel of the site. I will do so with its content as well.

    http://www.mobilography.net/is-now-open/

    #Mobilography   #MobilePhotography   #SmartphonePhotography  
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  • Jacob Dix2013-12-22 11:38:56
    Merry Christmas

    1000 selfies. See you in a few days.

    www.mobilography.net
    #Mobilography #MobilePhotography #SmartphonePhotography
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  • Jacob Dix2013-12-22 11:38:56
    Merry Christmas

    1000 selfies. See you in a few days.

    www.mobilography.net
    #Mobilography #MobilePhotography #SmartphonePhotography
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  • Jacob Dix2013-12-22 11:38:56
    Merry Christmas

    1000 selfies. See you in a few days.

    www.mobilography.net
    #Mobilography #MobilePhotography #SmartphonePhotography
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  • Jacob Dix2013-12-22 11:38:56
    Merry Christmas

    1000 selfies. See you in a few days.

    www.mobilography.net
    #Mobilography #MobilePhotography #SmartphonePhotography
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  • Jacob Dix2013-12-22 11:38:56
    Merry Christmas

    1000 selfies. See you in a few days.

    www.mobilography.net
    #Mobilography #MobilePhotography #SmartphonePhotography
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  • Jacob Dix2012-05-29 09:39:22
    Mobilographers and Mobilography Pages

    This is a combined circle containing 88 mobile photographers, with 18 pages dedicated to mobilography, both for the iPhone and Android. It constitutes the beginning core of Mobilography on Google+. Get used to us :) We are a strong, close, and tight knit community that posts our Mobilography regularly. Of all circles I have created and am a part of, this one creates the most amazing content and also interaction. So it comes highly recommended.

    Since it is over 100, I am only notifying the photographers, and some of the pages. For those who have already added this circle previously, there are a few great additions, both personality and page wise. Please do reshare it.

    #Mobilography
    #Mobilographers
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  • Jacob Dix2012-05-29 09:39:22
    Mobilographers and Mobilography Pages

    This is a combined circle containing 88 mobile photographers, with 18 pages dedicated to mobilography, both for the iPhone and Android. It constitutes the beginning core of Mobilography on Google+. Get used to us :) We are a strong, close, and tight knit community that posts our Mobilography regularly. Of all circles I have created and am a part of, this one creates the most amazing content and also interaction. So it comes highly recommended.

    Since it is over 100, I am only notifying the photographers, and some of the pages. For those who have already added this circle previously, there are a few great additions, both personality and page wise. Please do reshare it.

    #Mobilography
    #Mobilographers
  • 44 plusses - 45 comments - 29 shares | Read in G+
  • Jacob Dix2012-05-29 09:39:22
    Mobilographers and Mobilography Pages

    This is a combined circle containing 88 mobile photographers, with 18 pages dedicated to mobilography, both for the iPhone and Android. It constitutes the beginning core of Mobilography on Google+. Get used to us :) We are a strong, close, and tight knit community that posts our Mobilography regularly. Of all circles I have created and am a part of, this one creates the most amazing content and also interaction. So it comes highly recommended.

    Since it is over 100, I am only notifying the photographers, and some of the pages. For those who have already added this circle previously, there are a few great additions, both personality and page wise. Please do reshare it.

    #Mobilography
    #Mobilographers
  • 44 plusses - 45 comments - 29 shares | Read in G+
  • Jacob Dix2012-05-29 09:39:22
    Mobilographers and Mobilography Pages

    This is a combined circle containing 88 mobile photographers, with 18 pages dedicated to mobilography, both for the iPhone and Android. It constitutes the beginning core of Mobilography on Google+. Get used to us :) We are a strong, close, and tight knit community that posts our Mobilography regularly. Of all circles I have created and am a part of, this one creates the most amazing content and also interaction. So it comes highly recommended.

    Since it is over 100, I am only notifying the photographers, and some of the pages. For those who have already added this circle previously, there are a few great additions, both personality and page wise. Please do reshare it.

    #Mobilography
    #Mobilographers
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  • Jacob Dix2014-02-05 09:24:41
    A Monochrome Tutorial Using Snapseed

    Nothing tells a great story like a good monochrome image. Using monochrome as a means of storytelling, then, means knowing what options are available to you. There is many an app that can create monochrome images, but Snapseed will be the focus of this piece. The most obvious ways to do monochrome in Snapseed are simply reducing saturation (using Tune Image) and also using the black and white filter suite. However, there is a third, not so obvious means of producing monochrome images that broadens Snapseed’s capabilities. A good portion of my monochrome work uses this technique, which gives images a rich quality that the normal black and white filters, for my tastes, just don’t produce. In this tutorial I will show how to create beautiful monochrome images using Snapseed’s Retrolux filters.

    Continue reading: http://www.mobilography.net/monochrome-tutorial-using-snapseed/

    #Mobilography   #MobilePhotography   #SmartphonePhotography   #Snapseed   #Tutorial   #Monochrome   #BlackAndWhite  
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  • Jacob Dix2014-02-05 09:24:41
    A Monochrome Tutorial Using Snapseed

    Nothing tells a great story like a good monochrome image. Using monochrome as a means of storytelling, then, means knowing what options are available to you. There is many an app that can create monochrome images, but Snapseed will be the focus of this piece. The most obvious ways to do monochrome in Snapseed are simply reducing saturation (using Tune Image) and also using the black and white filter suite. However, there is a third, not so obvious means of producing monochrome images that broadens Snapseed’s capabilities. A good portion of my monochrome work uses this technique, which gives images a rich quality that the normal black and white filters, for my tastes, just don’t produce. In this tutorial I will show how to create beautiful monochrome images using Snapseed’s Retrolux filters.

    Continue reading: http://www.mobilography.net/monochrome-tutorial-using-snapseed/

    #Mobilography   #MobilePhotography   #SmartphonePhotography   #Snapseed   #Tutorial   #Monochrome   #BlackAndWhite  
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  • Jacob Dix2014-02-05 09:24:41
    A Monochrome Tutorial Using Snapseed

    Nothing tells a great story like a good monochrome image. Using monochrome as a means of storytelling, then, means knowing what options are available to you. There is many an app that can create monochrome images, but Snapseed will be the focus of this piece. The most obvious ways to do monochrome in Snapseed are simply reducing saturation (using Tune Image) and also using the black and white filter suite. However, there is a third, not so obvious means of producing monochrome images that broadens Snapseed’s capabilities. A good portion of my monochrome work uses this technique, which gives images a rich quality that the normal black and white filters, for my tastes, just don’t produce. In this tutorial I will show how to create beautiful monochrome images using Snapseed’s Retrolux filters.

    Continue reading: http://www.mobilography.net/monochrome-tutorial-using-snapseed/

    #Mobilography   #MobilePhotography   #SmartphonePhotography   #Snapseed   #Tutorial   #Monochrome   #BlackAndWhite  
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  • Jacob Dix2014-02-05 09:24:41
    A Monochrome Tutorial Using Snapseed

    Nothing tells a great story like a good monochrome image. Using monochrome as a means of storytelling, then, means knowing what options are available to you. There is many an app that can create monochrome images, but Snapseed will be the focus of this piece. The most obvious ways to do monochrome in Snapseed are simply reducing saturation (using Tune Image) and also using the black and white filter suite. However, there is a third, not so obvious means of producing monochrome images that broadens Snapseed’s capabilities. A good portion of my monochrome work uses this technique, which gives images a rich quality that the normal black and white filters, for my tastes, just don’t produce. In this tutorial I will show how to create beautiful monochrome images using Snapseed’s Retrolux filters.

    Continue reading: http://www.mobilography.net/monochrome-tutorial-using-snapseed/

    #Mobilography   #MobilePhotography   #SmartphonePhotography   #Snapseed   #Tutorial   #Monochrome   #BlackAndWhite  
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  • Jacob Dix2014-02-05 09:24:41
    A Monochrome Tutorial Using Snapseed

    Nothing tells a great story like a good monochrome image. Using monochrome as a means of storytelling, then, means knowing what options are available to you. There is many an app that can create monochrome images, but Snapseed will be the focus of this piece. The most obvious ways to do monochrome in Snapseed are simply reducing saturation (using Tune Image) and also using the black and white filter suite. However, there is a third, not so obvious means of producing monochrome images that broadens Snapseed’s capabilities. A good portion of my monochrome work uses this technique, which gives images a rich quality that the normal black and white filters, for my tastes, just don’t produce. In this tutorial I will show how to create beautiful monochrome images using Snapseed’s Retrolux filters.

    Continue reading: http://www.mobilography.net/monochrome-tutorial-using-snapseed/

    #Mobilography   #MobilePhotography   #SmartphonePhotography   #Snapseed   #Tutorial   #Monochrome   #BlackAndWhite  
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  • Jacob Dix2013-09-14 12:44:27
    The Shipwrecked Schooner Swiks

    The Magic Forrest is a wooded nature preserve on the north eastern end of Öland, Sweden. The place is graced by gnarled and twisted trees which have grown in the shape of the wind and the sea. At midpoint in this stretch of rocky coastland wilderness, there sits the wreckage of an old wooden ship. The ship, a three masted schooner by the name of Swiks, hit bottom on the rocky shore on December 21st, 1926. The hull was washed ashore in 1954 and has rested there since.

    My visit to this shipwreck was brief, having two tired and hungry kids with me, but I managed to get some shots in. There were a few other cameras shooting and tourists touristing. I managed to get about two dozen good shots of the craft without much interference of others in frame.

    This series of 20 images is the result of that roughly 15 minute pause on the shore as the waves crashed and the cameras clicked and the stomach growled. Hunger demanded we head back to our car, so I had no further opportunity to explore the detailed facits of this beautiful object and scene.

    All images in the series were taken with my Samsung Galaxy S3 native camera app. I've post processed them in #Snapseed  and #PSTouch .

    You can find a bit more information in English (and some additional images - I can't claim originality in my composition, seems the angles I took were the natural ones) on the photographer Jesper Tønning's website (his are DSLR):

    http://jesper-tonning.blogspot.se/2010/10/remains-of-schooner-swiks.html?m=1

    The Wikipedia article in Swedish: 

    http://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swiks

    I've made a Google Map of its location, here:

    http://goo.gl/maps/T14rh

    The geolocation is roughly 57.351494, 17.127748

    #Mobilography   #MobileOnly   #GalaxyS3  
    #S3    #MobilePhotography   #Photography  

    #Shipwreck   #Shipwrecked   #Öland   #Sweden   #Europe  

    #landscapephotography || +Landscape Photography 
    Curated by: +Ben T +David Heath Williams +jeff beddow +jeff beddow +Bill Wood +Jim Warthman +Vishal Kumar +Carra Riley +paul t beard +Tom Hierl 

    #paintitclub || +PaintIt Club
    Curated by: +Milena Ilieva +Celso Carvalho +Carol Small +k phelps +Astrid Bartels +Stefan Kierek +Elin Vaeth +Clare Bambers +Richard Mabb +Rick Leaf 

    #pixelworld || +PixelWorld
    Curated by: +Alberto Carreras 

    #europeanphotography || +European Photo
    Curated by: +Ela Kupiec +Susanne Ramharter +Michael Muraz +Janusz Brakoniecki +Jean-Louis LAURENCE +Ugo Cei 
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  • Jacob Dix2013-09-14 12:44:27
    The Shipwrecked Schooner Swiks

    The Magic Forrest is a wooded nature preserve on the north eastern end of Öland, Sweden. The place is graced by gnarled and twisted trees which have grown in the shape of the wind and the sea. At midpoint in this stretch of rocky coastland wilderness, there sits the wreckage of an old wooden ship. The ship, a three masted schooner by the name of Swiks, hit bottom on the rocky shore on December 21st, 1926. The hull was washed ashore in 1954 and has rested there since.

    My visit to this shipwreck was brief, having two tired and hungry kids with me, but I managed to get some shots in. There were a few other cameras shooting and tourists touristing. I managed to get about two dozen good shots of the craft without much interference of others in frame.

    This series of 20 images is the result of that roughly 15 minute pause on the shore as the waves crashed and the cameras clicked and the stomach growled. Hunger demanded we head back to our car, so I had no further opportunity to explore the detailed facits of this beautiful object and scene.

    All images in the series were taken with my Samsung Galaxy S3 native camera app. I've post processed them in #Snapseed  and #PSTouch .

    You can find a bit more information in English (and some additional images - I can't claim originality in my composition, seems the angles I took were the natural ones) on the photographer Jesper Tønning's website (his are DSLR):

    http://jesper-tonning.blogspot.se/2010/10/remains-of-schooner-swiks.html?m=1

    The Wikipedia article in Swedish: 

    http://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swiks

    I've made a Google Map of its location, here:

    http://goo.gl/maps/T14rh

    The geolocation is roughly 57.351494, 17.127748

    #Mobilography   #MobileOnly   #GalaxyS3  
    #S3    #MobilePhotography   #Photography  

    #Shipwreck   #Shipwrecked   #Öland   #Sweden   #Europe  

    #landscapephotography || +Landscape Photography 
    Curated by: +Ben T +David Heath Williams +jeff beddow +jeff beddow +Bill Wood +Jim Warthman +Vishal Kumar +Carra Riley +paul t beard +Tom Hierl 

    #paintitclub || +PaintIt Club
    Curated by: +Milena Ilieva +Celso Carvalho +Carol Small +k phelps +Astrid Bartels +Stefan Kierek +Elin Vaeth +Clare Bambers +Richard Mabb +Rick Leaf 

    #pixelworld || +PixelWorld
    Curated by: +Alberto Carreras 

    #europeanphotography || +European Photo
    Curated by: +Ela Kupiec +Susanne Ramharter +Michael Muraz +Janusz Brakoniecki +Jean-Louis LAURENCE +Ugo Cei 
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  • Jacob Dix2013-09-14 12:44:27
    The Shipwrecked Schooner Swiks

    The Magic Forrest is a wooded nature preserve on the north eastern end of Öland, Sweden. The place is graced by gnarled and twisted trees which have grown in the shape of the wind and the sea. At midpoint in this stretch of rocky coastland wilderness, there sits the wreckage of an old wooden ship. The ship, a three masted schooner by the name of Swiks, hit bottom on the rocky shore on December 21st, 1926. The hull was washed ashore in 1954 and has rested there since.

    My visit to this shipwreck was brief, having two tired and hungry kids with me, but I managed to get some shots in. There were a few other cameras shooting and tourists touristing. I managed to get about two dozen good shots of the craft without much interference of others in frame.

    This series of 20 images is the result of that roughly 15 minute pause on the shore as the waves crashed and the cameras clicked and the stomach growled. Hunger demanded we head back to our car, so I had no further opportunity to explore the detailed facits of this beautiful object and scene.

    All images in the series were taken with my Samsung Galaxy S3 native camera app. I've post processed them in #Snapseed  and #PSTouch .

    You can find a bit more information in English (and some additional images - I can't claim originality in my composition, seems the angles I took were the natural ones) on the photographer Jesper Tønning's website (his are DSLR):

    http://jesper-tonning.blogspot.se/2010/10/remains-of-schooner-swiks.html?m=1

    The Wikipedia article in Swedish: 

    http://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swiks

    I've made a Google Map of its location, here:

    http://goo.gl/maps/T14rh

    The geolocation is roughly 57.351494, 17.127748

    #Mobilography   #MobileOnly   #GalaxyS3  
    #S3    #MobilePhotography   #Photography  

    #Shipwreck   #Shipwrecked   #Öland   #Sweden   #Europe  

    #landscapephotography || +Landscape Photography 
    Curated by: +Ben T +David Heath Williams +jeff beddow +jeff beddow +Bill Wood +Jim Warthman +Vishal Kumar +Carra Riley +paul t beard +Tom Hierl 

    #paintitclub || +PaintIt Club
    Curated by: +Milena Ilieva +Celso Carvalho +Carol Small +k phelps +Astrid Bartels +Stefan Kierek +Elin Vaeth +Clare Bambers +Richard Mabb +Rick Leaf 

    #pixelworld || +PixelWorld
    Curated by: +Alberto Carreras 

    #europeanphotography || +European Photo
    Curated by: +Ela Kupiec +Susanne Ramharter +Michael Muraz +Janusz Brakoniecki +Jean-Louis LAURENCE +Ugo Cei 
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  • Jacob Dix2013-09-14 12:44:27
    The Shipwrecked Schooner Swiks

    The Magic Forrest is a wooded nature preserve on the north eastern end of Öland, Sweden. The place is graced by gnarled and twisted trees which have grown in the shape of the wind and the sea. At midpoint in this stretch of rocky coastland wilderness, there sits the wreckage of an old wooden ship. The ship, a three masted schooner by the name of Swiks, hit bottom on the rocky shore on December 21st, 1926. The hull was washed ashore in 1954 and has rested there since.

    My visit to this shipwreck was brief, having two tired and hungry kids with me, but I managed to get some shots in. There were a few other cameras shooting and tourists touristing. I managed to get about two dozen good shots of the craft without much interference of others in frame.

    This series of 20 images is the result of that roughly 15 minute pause on the shore as the waves crashed and the cameras clicked and the stomach growled. Hunger demanded we head back to our car, so I had no further opportunity to explore the detailed facits of this beautiful object and scene.

    All images in the series were taken with my Samsung Galaxy S3 native camera app. I've post processed them in #Snapseed  and #PSTouch .

    You can find a bit more information in English (and some additional images - I can't claim originality in my composition, seems the angles I took were the natural ones) on the photographer Jesper Tønning's website (his are DSLR):

    http://jesper-tonning.blogspot.se/2010/10/remains-of-schooner-swiks.html?m=1

    The Wikipedia article in Swedish: 

    http://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swiks

    I've made a Google Map of its location, here:

    http://goo.gl/maps/T14rh

    The geolocation is roughly 57.351494, 17.127748

    #Mobilography   #MobileOnly   #GalaxyS3  
    #S3    #MobilePhotography   #Photography  

    #Shipwreck   #Shipwrecked   #Öland   #Sweden   #Europe  

    #landscapephotography || +Landscape Photography 
    Curated by: +Ben T +David Heath Williams +jeff beddow +jeff beddow +Bill Wood +Jim Warthman +Vishal Kumar +Carra Riley +paul t beard +Tom Hierl 

    #paintitclub || +PaintIt Club
    Curated by: +Milena Ilieva +Celso Carvalho +Carol Small +k phelps +Astrid Bartels +Stefan Kierek +Elin Vaeth +Clare Bambers +Richard Mabb +Rick Leaf 

    #pixelworld || +PixelWorld
    Curated by: +Alberto Carreras 

    #europeanphotography || +European Photo
    Curated by: +Ela Kupiec +Susanne Ramharter +Michael Muraz +Janusz Brakoniecki +Jean-Louis LAURENCE +Ugo Cei 
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  • Jacob Dix2013-09-14 12:44:27
    The Shipwrecked Schooner Swiks

    The Magic Forrest is a wooded nature preserve on the north eastern end of Öland, Sweden. The place is graced by gnarled and twisted trees which have grown in the shape of the wind and the sea. At midpoint in this stretch of rocky coastland wilderness, there sits the wreckage of an old wooden ship. The ship, a three masted schooner by the name of Swiks, hit bottom on the rocky shore on December 21st, 1926. The hull was washed ashore in 1954 and has rested there since.

    My visit to this shipwreck was brief, having two tired and hungry kids with me, but I managed to get some shots in. There were a few other cameras shooting and tourists touristing. I managed to get about two dozen good shots of the craft without much interference of others in frame.

    This series of 20 images is the result of that roughly 15 minute pause on the shore as the waves crashed and the cameras clicked and the stomach growled. Hunger demanded we head back to our car, so I had no further opportunity to explore the detailed facits of this beautiful object and scene.

    All images in the series were taken with my Samsung Galaxy S3 native camera app. I've post processed them in #Snapseed  and #PSTouch .

    You can find a bit more information in English (and some additional images - I can't claim originality in my composition, seems the angles I took were the natural ones) on the photographer Jesper Tønning's website (his are DSLR):

    http://jesper-tonning.blogspot.se/2010/10/remains-of-schooner-swiks.html?m=1

    The Wikipedia article in Swedish: 

    http://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swiks

    I've made a Google Map of its location, here:

    http://goo.gl/maps/T14rh

    The geolocation is roughly 57.351494, 17.127748

    #Mobilography   #MobileOnly   #GalaxyS3  
    #S3    #MobilePhotography   #Photography  

    #Shipwreck   #Shipwrecked   #Öland   #Sweden   #Europe  

    #landscapephotography || +Landscape Photography 
    Curated by: +Ben T +David Heath Williams +jeff beddow +jeff beddow +Bill Wood +Jim Warthman +Vishal Kumar +Carra Riley +paul t beard +Tom Hierl 

    #paintitclub || +PaintIt Club
    Curated by: +Milena Ilieva +Celso Carvalho +Carol Small +k phelps +Astrid Bartels +Stefan Kierek +Elin Vaeth +Clare Bambers +Richard Mabb +Rick Leaf 

    #pixelworld || +PixelWorld
    Curated by: +Alberto Carreras 

    #europeanphotography || +European Photo
    Curated by: +Ela Kupiec +Susanne Ramharter +Michael Muraz +Janusz Brakoniecki +Jean-Louis LAURENCE +Ugo Cei 
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  • Jacob Dix2012-05-07 13:08:07
    Mobilographers Circle - Final

    I put out a call twice for crowd-sourced #Mobilographers , to get us organized. Thanks to everyone's feedback, I put together this circle together. The former post is here: https://plus.google.com/u/0/100152754393360938972/posts/h4xPXnUjCf4

    This circle is 81 people round (including myself). There are advanced mobile photographers here, as well as some who are new to the art but show promising photography. This is my final share of this circle. No more crowd-sourcing will be done, though you are of course free to share or add to it as you like in the future. I do recommend that those who are in it share it out of fairness to those who came in on this last round.

    As an added bonus to get it organized, I put together this saved search of all the hashtags used by mobile photographers that I know of. Search it, and save it!

    #mobilographers OR #Mobilography or #mobilonly OR #iphoneonly OR #androidonly OR #iphonography OR #androidography OR # droidography OR #Mobileography OR #mobilographer

    I'd suggest everyone in this circle use at least one of these hashtags for their work. I want to keep my notifications to this circle to a minimum. I try not to abuse the feature, but I have a couple more organizational plans in mind, and in those cases I will notify everyone in the circle as they develop.

    This circle has fast become my favorite, as the amazing talent and creativity of the individuals in it enters my stream! Thanks all for your participation.

    EDIT: +Manuel Votta was meant to be included in the circle, but I missed him. Please add him as well.
  • 31 plusses - 69 comments - 21 shares | Read in G+
  • Jacob Dix2012-05-07 13:08:07
    Mobilographers Circle - Final

    I put out a call twice for crowd-sourced #Mobilographers , to get us organized. Thanks to everyone's feedback, I put together this circle together. The former post is here: https://plus.google.com/u/0/100152754393360938972/posts/h4xPXnUjCf4

    This circle is 81 people round (including myself). There are advanced mobile photographers here, as well as some who are new to the art but show promising photography. This is my final share of this circle. No more crowd-sourcing will be done, though you are of course free to share or add to it as you like in the future. I do recommend that those who are in it share it out of fairness to those who came in on this last round.

    As an added bonus to get it organized, I put together this saved search of all the hashtags used by mobile photographers that I know of. Search it, and save it!

    #mobilographers OR #Mobilography or #mobilonly OR #iphoneonly OR #androidonly OR #iphonography OR #androidography OR # droidography OR #Mobileography OR #mobilographer

    I'd suggest everyone in this circle use at least one of these hashtags for their work. I want to keep my notifications to this circle to a minimum. I try not to abuse the feature, but I have a couple more organizational plans in mind, and in those cases I will notify everyone in the circle as they develop.

    This circle has fast become my favorite, as the amazing talent and creativity of the individuals in it enters my stream! Thanks all for your participation.

    EDIT: +Manuel Votta was meant to be included in the circle, but I missed him. Please add him as well.
  • 31 plusses - 69 comments - 21 shares | Read in G+
  • Jacob Dix2012-05-07 13:08:07
    Mobilographers Circle - Final

    I put out a call twice for crowd-sourced #Mobilographers , to get us organized. Thanks to everyone's feedback, I put together this circle together. The former post is here: https://plus.google.com/u/0/100152754393360938972/posts/h4xPXnUjCf4

    This circle is 81 people round (including myself). There are advanced mobile photographers here, as well as some who are new to the art but show promising photography. This is my final share of this circle. No more crowd-sourcing will be done, though you are of course free to share or add to it as you like in the future. I do recommend that those who are in it share it out of fairness to those who came in on this last round.

    As an added bonus to get it organized, I put together this saved search of all the hashtags used by mobile photographers that I know of. Search it, and save it!

    #mobilographers OR #Mobilography or #mobilonly OR #iphoneonly OR #androidonly OR #iphonography OR #androidography OR # droidography OR #Mobileography OR #mobilographer

    I'd suggest everyone in this circle use at least one of these hashtags for their work. I want to keep my notifications to this circle to a minimum. I try not to abuse the feature, but I have a couple more organizational plans in mind, and in those cases I will notify everyone in the circle as they develop.

    This circle has fast become my favorite, as the amazing talent and creativity of the individuals in it enters my stream! Thanks all for your participation.

    EDIT: +Manuel Votta was meant to be included in the circle, but I missed him. Please add him as well.
  • 31 plusses - 69 comments - 21 shares | Read in G+
  • Jacob Dix2012-05-07 13:08:07
    Mobilographers Circle - Final

    I put out a call twice for crowd-sourced #Mobilographers , to get us organized. Thanks to everyone's feedback, I put together this circle together. The former post is here: https://plus.google.com/u/0/100152754393360938972/posts/h4xPXnUjCf4

    This circle is 81 people round (including myself). There are advanced mobile photographers here, as well as some who are new to the art but show promising photography. This is my final share of this circle. No more crowd-sourcing will be done, though you are of course free to share or add to it as you like in the future. I do recommend that those who are in it share it out of fairness to those who came in on this last round.

    As an added bonus to get it organized, I put together this saved search of all the hashtags used by mobile photographers that I know of. Search it, and save it!

    #mobilographers OR #Mobilography or #mobilonly OR #iphoneonly OR #androidonly OR #iphonography OR #androidography OR # droidography OR #Mobileography OR #mobilographer

    I'd suggest everyone in this circle use at least one of these hashtags for their work. I want to keep my notifications to this circle to a minimum. I try not to abuse the feature, but I have a couple more organizational plans in mind, and in those cases I will notify everyone in the circle as they develop.

    This circle has fast become my favorite, as the amazing talent and creativity of the individuals in it enters my stream! Thanks all for your participation.

    EDIT: +Manuel Votta was meant to be included in the circle, but I missed him. Please add him as well.
  • 31 plusses - 69 comments - 21 shares | Read in G+
  • Jacob Dix2013-07-08 12:09:58
    SciFi

    My theme for August

    These images were taken with and created on my Galaxy S3. For the month of August, I am going to continue exploring space and everything SciFi with my phone and its imagery potential, and my imagination. I would very much like it if others participated in this sci-fi project in whatever creative way you wish to do so. Just use the tag #SciFiAugust .

    Enjoy the images.

    #Mobilography   #SciFi   #S3  
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  • Jacob Dix2013-07-08 12:09:58
    SciFi

    My theme for August

    These images were taken with and created on my Galaxy S3. For the month of August, I am going to continue exploring space and everything SciFi with my phone and its imagery potential, and my imagination. I would very much like it if others participated in this sci-fi project in whatever creative way you wish to do so. Just use the tag #SciFiAugust .

    Enjoy the images.

    #Mobilography   #SciFi   #S3  
  • 56 plusses - 60 comments - 9 shares | Read in G+
  • Jacob Dix2013-07-08 12:09:58
    SciFi

    My theme for August

    These images were taken with and created on my Galaxy S3. For the month of August, I am going to continue exploring space and everything SciFi with my phone and its imagery potential, and my imagination. I would very much like it if others participated in this sci-fi project in whatever creative way you wish to do so. Just use the tag #SciFiAugust .

    Enjoy the images.

    #Mobilography   #SciFi   #S3  
  • 56 plusses - 60 comments - 9 shares | Read in G+
  • Jacob Dix2013-07-08 12:09:58
    SciFi

    My theme for August

    These images were taken with and created on my Galaxy S3. For the month of August, I am going to continue exploring space and everything SciFi with my phone and its imagery potential, and my imagination. I would very much like it if others participated in this sci-fi project in whatever creative way you wish to do so. Just use the tag #SciFiAugust .

    Enjoy the images.

    #Mobilography   #SciFi   #S3  
  • 56 plusses - 60 comments - 9 shares | Read in G+
  • Jacob Dix2013-07-08 12:09:58
    SciFi

    My theme for August

    These images were taken with and created on my Galaxy S3. For the month of August, I am going to continue exploring space and everything SciFi with my phone and its imagery potential, and my imagination. I would very much like it if others participated in this sci-fi project in whatever creative way you wish to do so. Just use the tag #SciFiAugust .

    Enjoy the images.

    #Mobilography   #SciFi   #S3  
  • 56 plusses - 60 comments - 9 shares | Read in G+
  • Jacob Dix2013-12-06 15:38:57
    Dock of the Bay

    This series was taken during summer vacation, 2013, while on a visit to Åland, Finland. I chanced inside this boat dock and was impressed immediately by its dilapidated state.

    Though I'm pretty obsessed about getting angles and lines straight, and parallel, even making them so by warping images in post processing, I made a conscious effort here to take images that were not flush with the environment, or followed some perfect rule of thirds. I did this to exaggerate the mood of the place.

    I had been saving the set of image for an opportunity and one came with VSCOcam for Android. I decided to give the app a run and so have part processed this set of 50 with the app. I've left them all in their original size and angle. I've even included a few blurry shots, because blur is OK. I varied colors and other features of the VSCOcam app as the individual images suited me.

    It was an enjoyable shoot and (post)process.

    This is #Mobilography .

     #Mobilography #MobilePhotography #SmartphonePhotography
    http://www.mobilography.net

    #VSCOcam +VSCO 
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  • Jacob Dix2013-12-06 15:38:57
    Dock of the Bay

    This series was taken during summer vacation, 2013, while on a visit to Åland, Finland. I chanced inside this boat dock and was impressed immediately by its dilapidated state.

    Though I'm pretty obsessed about getting angles and lines straight, and parallel, even making them so by warping images in post processing, I made a conscious effort here to take images that were not flush with the environment, or followed some perfect rule of thirds. I did this to exaggerate the mood of the place.

    I had been saving the set of image for an opportunity and one came with VSCOcam for Android. I decided to give the app a run and so have part processed this set of 50 with the app. I've left them all in their original size and angle. I've even included a few blurry shots, because blur is OK. I varied colors and other features of the VSCOcam app as the individual images suited me.

    It was an enjoyable shoot and (post)process.

    This is #Mobilography .

     #Mobilography #MobilePhotography #SmartphonePhotography
    http://www.mobilography.net

    #VSCOcam +VSCO 
  • 63 plusses - 59 comments - 0 shares | Read in G+
  • Jacob Dix2013-12-06 15:38:57
    Dock of the Bay

    This series was taken during summer vacation, 2013, while on a visit to Åland, Finland. I chanced inside this boat dock and was impressed immediately by its dilapidated state.

    Though I'm pretty obsessed about getting angles and lines straight, and parallel, even making them so by warping images in post processing, I made a conscious effort here to take images that were not flush with the environment, or followed some perfect rule of thirds. I did this to exaggerate the mood of the place.

    I had been saving the set of image for an opportunity and one came with VSCOcam for Android. I decided to give the app a run and so have part processed this set of 50 with the app. I've left them all in their original size and angle. I've even included a few blurry shots, because blur is OK. I varied colors and other features of the VSCOcam app as the individual images suited me.

    It was an enjoyable shoot and (post)process.

    This is #Mobilography .

     #Mobilography #MobilePhotography #SmartphonePhotography
    http://www.mobilography.net

    #VSCOcam +VSCO 
  • 63 plusses - 59 comments - 0 shares | Read in G+
  • Jacob Dix2013-12-06 15:38:57
    Dock of the Bay

    This series was taken during summer vacation, 2013, while on a visit to Åland, Finland. I chanced inside this boat dock and was impressed immediately by its dilapidated state.

    Though I'm pretty obsessed about getting angles and lines straight, and parallel, even making them so by warping images in post processing, I made a conscious effort here to take images that were not flush with the environment, or followed some perfect rule of thirds. I did this to exaggerate the mood of the place.

    I had been saving the set of image for an opportunity and one came with VSCOcam for Android. I decided to give the app a run and so have part processed this set of 50 with the app. I've left them all in their original size and angle. I've even included a few blurry shots, because blur is OK. I varied colors and other features of the VSCOcam app as the individual images suited me.

    It was an enjoyable shoot and (post)process.

    This is #Mobilography .

     #Mobilography #MobilePhotography #SmartphonePhotography
    http://www.mobilography.net

    #VSCOcam +VSCO 
  • 63 plusses - 59 comments - 0 shares | Read in G+
  • Jacob Dix2013-12-06 15:38:57
    Dock of the Bay

    This series was taken during summer vacation, 2013, while on a visit to Åland, Finland. I chanced inside this boat dock and was impressed immediately by its dilapidated state.

    Though I'm pretty obsessed about getting angles and lines straight, and parallel, even making them so by warping images in post processing, I made a conscious effort here to take images that were not flush with the environment, or followed some perfect rule of thirds. I did this to exaggerate the mood of the place.

    I had been saving the set of image for an opportunity and one came with VSCOcam for Android. I decided to give the app a run and so have part processed this set of 50 with the app. I've left them all in their original size and angle. I've even included a few blurry shots, because blur is OK. I varied colors and other features of the VSCOcam app as the individual images suited me.

    It was an enjoyable shoot and (post)process.

    This is #Mobilography .

     #Mobilography #MobilePhotography #SmartphonePhotography
    http://www.mobilography.net

    #VSCOcam +VSCO 
  • 63 plusses - 59 comments - 0 shares | Read in G+
  • Jacob Dix2013-01-04 11:16:30
    Creative 366 Project is finished

    It's done. I finally got my 366 album finished. There are 364 images, as I haven't shared all images public, and in a couple cases the image was only connected in some way to a short story or so.

    I have decided after a lot of consideration to not continue with another project 365 or daily photo project. What was a real challenge in the beginning, became fun and enjoyable in the middle. I got better, I grew in skill and speed. Daily creating something really improved my understanding of light. Near the end though I began to realize that I was just cranking out an image just to get something posted. I knew I could do better if I took my time. I knew I could rise higher. My creativity near the end felt stiffled, and I want to focus more on raising the bar of what I produce and what I share. I am going to be more careful about what goes out to the public. At the same time, I no longer have the time to daily shoot, prepare, and post an image, no matter how quick I am. It takes THOUGHT, and that means taking thought away from other priorities. 

    I entered +Creative 366 Project curated by +Takahiro Yamamoto and +Jeff Matsuya with the promise that "my photography would improve". There was interaction and inspiration enough from others to keep me going. I knew NOTHING of photography, but wanted to. I had my art and my short stories as my only forms of creativity as of January 1, 2012. I couldn't actively maintain these daily. I tried DSLR (my wife's Nikon D50) early on in the project. That too I couldn't keep up, as it required so much work to upload photos, edit them, etc. That did two things though. I learned quickly how to use Photoshop, and it sponsored another project of mine simply called sky. That project was an experiment in light, and can be viewed here: https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/100152754393360938972/albums/5725812363376567185

    It was "creative" rather than photographic, so I had some enjoyable leeway as to my daily project. That's where a couple stories came in (both sci-fi in fact), and can be read here (https://plus.google.com/u/0/100152754393360938972/posts/cuaV9awxrsm), and here (https://plus.google.com/u/0/100152754393360938972/posts/YjRJakzKttr).

    I'd say from about May. onwards, the gallery is 99% Mobile Photography. It was fast, it was neat, it was social, and I could take it everywhere. This developed into something else I never thought would happen. I ended up challenged by some other mobile photographers (mobile photography dawning on me then as an actual term). That pushed me, it inspired me. I looked for more mobile photographers on G+ and found, to my surprise, that they were largely disorganized excepting for a few pages here and there.

    So I did my part in organizing us, sharing circles, pages, introducing everyone around. I wasn't the only one doing it, so I won't claim originality. This assemblage of mobile photographers, as well as my abilities and knowledge with the G+ platform caught the attention of +AMPt. I was brought onto the AMP team sometime in July. I joined instagram because of them, and discovered a LOT of mobile photography, good stuff, not pictures of food. It challenged me further. My gallery acquires a few square images at this point.

    In the process, I developed a tag (without an E in the middle): #Mobilography  

    Joining AMPt led to a new development. I tried organizing or introducing android photographers to one another through my instagram profile. It was pretty unsuccessful. I didn't know that platform. A fellow android user +Atle Rønningen would constantly point me in the direction of android users around IG. At one point, he and I had a conversation about the lack of any Android related groups out there. So he went on to form +Android Editors in September, and he went straight to me to bring me onboard. Cool.

    That's where things are at this point. Did Creative 366 Project improve my photography? Well, I claim that I am a Mobile Photographer, which is telling of the skill I've gained, the culture I've found, and the real change in the entire perspective I have around my hobbies and personal creativity. So yes, it did. Immensely.

    I won't do another creative 365/6 project, but I am grateful for this one that I did, and for the friends I've made in the process.

    Thanks Takahiro and Jeff.
    Thanks to everyone who participated in this with me.

    +Jacob Dix 
  • 74 plusses - 37 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Jacob Dix2013-01-04 11:16:30
    Creative 366 Project is finished

    It's done. I finally got my 366 album finished. There are 364 images, as I haven't shared all images public, and in a couple cases the image was only connected in some way to a short story or so.

    I have decided after a lot of consideration to not continue with another project 365 or daily photo project. What was a real challenge in the beginning, became fun and enjoyable in the middle. I got better, I grew in skill and speed. Daily creating something really improved my understanding of light. Near the end though I began to realize that I was just cranking out an image just to get something posted. I knew I could do better if I took my time. I knew I could rise higher. My creativity near the end felt stiffled, and I want to focus more on raising the bar of what I produce and what I share. I am going to be more careful about what goes out to the public. At the same time, I no longer have the time to daily shoot, prepare, and post an image, no matter how quick I am. It takes THOUGHT, and that means taking thought away from other priorities. 

    I entered +Creative 366 Project curated by +Takahiro Yamamoto and +Jeff Matsuya with the promise that "my photography would improve". There was interaction and inspiration enough from others to keep me going. I knew NOTHING of photography, but wanted to. I had my art and my short stories as my only forms of creativity as of January 1, 2012. I couldn't actively maintain these daily. I tried DSLR (my wife's Nikon D50) early on in the project. That too I couldn't keep up, as it required so much work to upload photos, edit them, etc. That did two things though. I learned quickly how to use Photoshop, and it sponsored another project of mine simply called sky. That project was an experiment in light, and can be viewed here: https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/100152754393360938972/albums/5725812363376567185

    It was "creative" rather than photographic, so I had some enjoyable leeway as to my daily project. That's where a couple stories came in (both sci-fi in fact), and can be read here (https://plus.google.com/u/0/100152754393360938972/posts/cuaV9awxrsm), and here (https://plus.google.com/u/0/100152754393360938972/posts/YjRJakzKttr).

    I'd say from about May. onwards, the gallery is 99% Mobile Photography. It was fast, it was neat, it was social, and I could take it everywhere. This developed into something else I never thought would happen. I ended up challenged by some other mobile photographers (mobile photography dawning on me then as an actual term). That pushed me, it inspired me. I looked for more mobile photographers on G+ and found, to my surprise, that they were largely disorganized excepting for a few pages here and there.

    So I did my part in organizing us, sharing circles, pages, introducing everyone around. I wasn't the only one doing it, so I won't claim originality. This assemblage of mobile photographers, as well as my abilities and knowledge with the G+ platform caught the attention of +AMPt. I was brought onto the AMP team sometime in July. I joined instagram because of them, and discovered a LOT of mobile photography, good stuff, not pictures of food. It challenged me further. My gallery acquires a few square images at this point.

    In the process, I developed a tag (without an E in the middle): #Mobilography  

    Joining AMPt led to a new development. I tried organizing or introducing android photographers to one another through my instagram profile. It was pretty unsuccessful. I didn't know that platform. A fellow android user +Atle Rønningen would constantly point me in the direction of android users around IG. At one point, he and I had a conversation about the lack of any Android related groups out there. So he went on to form +Android Editors in September, and he went straight to me to bring me onboard. Cool.

    That's where things are at this point. Did Creative 366 Project improve my photography? Well, I claim that I am a Mobile Photographer, which is telling of the skill I've gained, the culture I've found, and the real change in the entire perspective I have around my hobbies and personal creativity. So yes, it did. Immensely.

    I won't do another creative 365/6 project, but I am grateful for this one that I did, and for the friends I've made in the process.

    Thanks Takahiro and Jeff.
    Thanks to everyone who participated in this with me.

    +Jacob Dix 
  • 74 plusses - 37 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Jacob Dix2013-01-04 11:16:30
    Creative 366 Project is finished

    It's done. I finally got my 366 album finished. There are 364 images, as I haven't shared all images public, and in a couple cases the image was only connected in some way to a short story or so.

    I have decided after a lot of consideration to not continue with another project 365 or daily photo project. What was a real challenge in the beginning, became fun and enjoyable in the middle. I got better, I grew in skill and speed. Daily creating something really improved my understanding of light. Near the end though I began to realize that I was just cranking out an image just to get something posted. I knew I could do better if I took my time. I knew I could rise higher. My creativity near the end felt stiffled, and I want to focus more on raising the bar of what I produce and what I share. I am going to be more careful about what goes out to the public. At the same time, I no longer have the time to daily shoot, prepare, and post an image, no matter how quick I am. It takes THOUGHT, and that means taking thought away from other priorities. 

    I entered +Creative 366 Project curated by +Takahiro Yamamoto and +Jeff Matsuya with the promise that "my photography would improve". There was interaction and inspiration enough from others to keep me going. I knew NOTHING of photography, but wanted to. I had my art and my short stories as my only forms of creativity as of January 1, 2012. I couldn't actively maintain these daily. I tried DSLR (my wife's Nikon D50) early on in the project. That too I couldn't keep up, as it required so much work to upload photos, edit them, etc. That did two things though. I learned quickly how to use Photoshop, and it sponsored another project of mine simply called sky. That project was an experiment in light, and can be viewed here: https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/100152754393360938972/albums/5725812363376567185

    It was "creative" rather than photographic, so I had some enjoyable leeway as to my daily project. That's where a couple stories came in (both sci-fi in fact), and can be read here (https://plus.google.com/u/0/100152754393360938972/posts/cuaV9awxrsm), and here (https://plus.google.com/u/0/100152754393360938972/posts/YjRJakzKttr).

    I'd say from about May. onwards, the gallery is 99% Mobile Photography. It was fast, it was neat, it was social, and I could take it everywhere. This developed into something else I never thought would happen. I ended up challenged by some other mobile photographers (mobile photography dawning on me then as an actual term). That pushed me, it inspired me. I looked for more mobile photographers on G+ and found, to my surprise, that they were largely disorganized excepting for a few pages here and there.

    So I did my part in organizing us, sharing circles, pages, introducing everyone around. I wasn't the only one doing it, so I won't claim originality. This assemblage of mobile photographers, as well as my abilities and knowledge with the G+ platform caught the attention of +AMPt. I was brought onto the AMP team sometime in July. I joined instagram because of them, and discovered a LOT of mobile photography, good stuff, not pictures of food. It challenged me further. My gallery acquires a few square images at this point.

    In the process, I developed a tag (without an E in the middle): #Mobilography  

    Joining AMPt led to a new development. I tried organizing or introducing android photographers to one another through my instagram profile. It was pretty unsuccessful. I didn't know that platform. A fellow android user +Atle Rønningen would constantly point me in the direction of android users around IG. At one point, he and I had a conversation about the lack of any Android related groups out there. So he went on to form +Android Editors in September, and he went straight to me to bring me onboard. Cool.

    That's where things are at this point. Did Creative 366 Project improve my photography? Well, I claim that I am a Mobile Photographer, which is telling of the skill I've gained, the culture I've found, and the real change in the entire perspective I have around my hobbies and personal creativity. So yes, it did. Immensely.

    I won't do another creative 365/6 project, but I am grateful for this one that I did, and for the friends I've made in the process.

    Thanks Takahiro and Jeff.
    Thanks to everyone who participated in this with me.

    +Jacob Dix 
  • 74 plusses - 37 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Jacob Dix2013-01-04 11:16:30
    Creative 366 Project is finished

    It's done. I finally got my 366 album finished. There are 364 images, as I haven't shared all images public, and in a couple cases the image was only connected in some way to a short story or so.

    I have decided after a lot of consideration to not continue with another project 365 or daily photo project. What was a real challenge in the beginning, became fun and enjoyable in the middle. I got better, I grew in skill and speed. Daily creating something really improved my understanding of light. Near the end though I began to realize that I was just cranking out an image just to get something posted. I knew I could do better if I took my time. I knew I could rise higher. My creativity near the end felt stiffled, and I want to focus more on raising the bar of what I produce and what I share. I am going to be more careful about what goes out to the public. At the same time, I no longer have the time to daily shoot, prepare, and post an image, no matter how quick I am. It takes THOUGHT, and that means taking thought away from other priorities. 

    I entered +Creative 366 Project curated by +Takahiro Yamamoto and +Jeff Matsuya with the promise that "my photography would improve". There was interaction and inspiration enough from others to keep me going. I knew NOTHING of photography, but wanted to. I had my art and my short stories as my only forms of creativity as of January 1, 2012. I couldn't actively maintain these daily. I tried DSLR (my wife's Nikon D50) early on in the project. That too I couldn't keep up, as it required so much work to upload photos, edit them, etc. That did two things though. I learned quickly how to use Photoshop, and it sponsored another project of mine simply called sky. That project was an experiment in light, and can be viewed here: https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/100152754393360938972/albums/5725812363376567185

    It was "creative" rather than photographic, so I had some enjoyable leeway as to my daily project. That's where a couple stories came in (both sci-fi in fact), and can be read here (https://plus.google.com/u/0/100152754393360938972/posts/cuaV9awxrsm), and here (https://plus.google.com/u/0/100152754393360938972/posts/YjRJakzKttr).

    I'd say from about May. onwards, the gallery is 99% Mobile Photography. It was fast, it was neat, it was social, and I could take it everywhere. This developed into something else I never thought would happen. I ended up challenged by some other mobile photographers (mobile photography dawning on me then as an actual term). That pushed me, it inspired me. I looked for more mobile photographers on G+ and found, to my surprise, that they were largely disorganized excepting for a few pages here and there.

    So I did my part in organizing us, sharing circles, pages, introducing everyone around. I wasn't the only one doing it, so I won't claim originality. This assemblage of mobile photographers, as well as my abilities and knowledge with the G+ platform caught the attention of +AMPt. I was brought onto the AMP team sometime in July. I joined instagram because of them, and discovered a LOT of mobile photography, good stuff, not pictures of food. It challenged me further. My gallery acquires a few square images at this point.

    In the process, I developed a tag (without an E in the middle): #Mobilography  

    Joining AMPt led to a new development. I tried organizing or introducing android photographers to one another through my instagram profile. It was pretty unsuccessful. I didn't know that platform. A fellow android user +Atle Rønningen would constantly point me in the direction of android users around IG. At one point, he and I had a conversation about the lack of any Android related groups out there. So he went on to form +Android Editors in September, and he went straight to me to bring me onboard. Cool.

    That's where things are at this point. Did Creative 366 Project improve my photography? Well, I claim that I am a Mobile Photographer, which is telling of the skill I've gained, the culture I've found, and the real change in the entire perspective I have around my hobbies and personal creativity. So yes, it did. Immensely.

    I won't do another creative 365/6 project, but I am grateful for this one that I did, and for the friends I've made in the process.

    Thanks Takahiro and Jeff.
    Thanks to everyone who participated in this with me.

    +Jacob Dix 
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  • Jacob Dix2013-01-04 11:16:30
    Creative 366 Project is finished

    It's done. I finally got my 366 album finished. There are 364 images, as I haven't shared all images public, and in a couple cases the image was only connected in some way to a short story or so.

    I have decided after a lot of consideration to not continue with another project 365 or daily photo project. What was a real challenge in the beginning, became fun and enjoyable in the middle. I got better, I grew in skill and speed. Daily creating something really improved my understanding of light. Near the end though I began to realize that I was just cranking out an image just to get something posted. I knew I could do better if I took my time. I knew I could rise higher. My creativity near the end felt stiffled, and I want to focus more on raising the bar of what I produce and what I share. I am going to be more careful about what goes out to the public. At the same time, I no longer have the time to daily shoot, prepare, and post an image, no matter how quick I am. It takes THOUGHT, and that means taking thought away from other priorities. 

    I entered +Creative 366 Project curated by +Takahiro Yamamoto and +Jeff Matsuya with the promise that "my photography would improve". There was interaction and inspiration enough from others to keep me going. I knew NOTHING of photography, but wanted to. I had my art and my short stories as my only forms of creativity as of January 1, 2012. I couldn't actively maintain these daily. I tried DSLR (my wife's Nikon D50) early on in the project. That too I couldn't keep up, as it required so much work to upload photos, edit them, etc. That did two things though. I learned quickly how to use Photoshop, and it sponsored another project of mine simply called sky. That project was an experiment in light, and can be viewed here: https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/100152754393360938972/albums/5725812363376567185

    It was "creative" rather than photographic, so I had some enjoyable leeway as to my daily project. That's where a couple stories came in (both sci-fi in fact), and can be read here (https://plus.google.com/u/0/100152754393360938972/posts/cuaV9awxrsm), and here (https://plus.google.com/u/0/100152754393360938972/posts/YjRJakzKttr).

    I'd say from about May. onwards, the gallery is 99% Mobile Photography. It was fast, it was neat, it was social, and I could take it everywhere. This developed into something else I never thought would happen. I ended up challenged by some other mobile photographers (mobile photography dawning on me then as an actual term). That pushed me, it inspired me. I looked for more mobile photographers on G+ and found, to my surprise, that they were largely disorganized excepting for a few pages here and there.

    So I did my part in organizing us, sharing circles, pages, introducing everyone around. I wasn't the only one doing it, so I won't claim originality. This assemblage of mobile photographers, as well as my abilities and knowledge with the G+ platform caught the attention of +AMPt. I was brought onto the AMP team sometime in July. I joined instagram because of them, and discovered a LOT of mobile photography, good stuff, not pictures of food. It challenged me further. My gallery acquires a few square images at this point.

    In the process, I developed a tag (without an E in the middle): #Mobilography  

    Joining AMPt led to a new development. I tried organizing or introducing android photographers to one another through my instagram profile. It was pretty unsuccessful. I didn't know that platform. A fellow android user +Atle Rønningen would constantly point me in the direction of android users around IG. At one point, he and I had a conversation about the lack of any Android related groups out there. So he went on to form +Android Editors in September, and he went straight to me to bring me onboard. Cool.

    That's where things are at this point. Did Creative 366 Project improve my photography? Well, I claim that I am a Mobile Photographer, which is telling of the skill I've gained, the culture I've found, and the real change in the entire perspective I have around my hobbies and personal creativity. So yes, it did. Immensely.

    I won't do another creative 365/6 project, but I am grateful for this one that I did, and for the friends I've made in the process.

    Thanks Takahiro and Jeff.
    Thanks to everyone who participated in this with me.

    +Jacob Dix 
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  • Jacob Dix2013-08-02 04:42:59
    Day 2 - Shipwrecked

    SciFi August Continues.

    For this month of August I will be exploring outer space, inner space, hyper space and other SciFi spaces and places on my appropriately named Galaxy S3. I would very much like it if you joined in on the fun. Tag any of your creative work that you created during August with the tag:

    #SciFiAugust.

    These can be in the forms of imagery, painting, story, poetry, sculpture, you name it. Just keep it constrained to science fiction and to August. I wouldn't mind if you also mentioned me in the post but that isn't necessary. It would be nice to see all the fabulous work I anticipate will be created and shared.

    #SciFi #ScienceFiction #Mobilography #MobilePhotography #S3

    #AlienAbductionFriday +Alex Lapidus
    +Irene Kato +Michele Cornelius +Heiko Mahr
    +Karl Geiger +Jon Beall +Karl Geiger Jr
    +Alien Abduction Friday

    #AlienAbductionFriday #owcbn #gplusaliennation

    You can find the original announcement post here: https://plus.google.com/100152754393360938972/posts/9PQgCR6kLFr
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  • Jacob Dix2013-08-02 04:42:59
    Day 2 - Shipwrecked

    SciFi August Continues.

    For this month of August I will be exploring outer space, inner space, hyper space and other SciFi spaces and places on my appropriately named Galaxy S3. I would very much like it if you joined in on the fun. Tag any of your creative work that you created during August with the tag:

    #SciFiAugust.

    These can be in the forms of imagery, painting, story, poetry, sculpture, you name it. Just keep it constrained to science fiction and to August. I wouldn't mind if you also mentioned me in the post but that isn't necessary. It would be nice to see all the fabulous work I anticipate will be created and shared.

    #SciFi #ScienceFiction #Mobilography #MobilePhotography #S3

    #AlienAbductionFriday +Alex Lapidus
    +Irene Kato +Michele Cornelius +Heiko Mahr
    +Karl Geiger +Jon Beall +Karl Geiger Jr
    +Alien Abduction Friday

    #AlienAbductionFriday #owcbn #gplusaliennation

    You can find the original announcement post here: https://plus.google.com/100152754393360938972/posts/9PQgCR6kLFr
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  • Jacob Dix2013-08-02 04:42:59
    Day 2 - Shipwrecked

    SciFi August Continues.

    For this month of August I will be exploring outer space, inner space, hyper space and other SciFi spaces and places on my appropriately named Galaxy S3. I would very much like it if you joined in on the fun. Tag any of your creative work that you created during August with the tag:

    #SciFiAugust.

    These can be in the forms of imagery, painting, story, poetry, sculpture, you name it. Just keep it constrained to science fiction and to August. I wouldn't mind if you also mentioned me in the post but that isn't necessary. It would be nice to see all the fabulous work I anticipate will be created and shared.

    #SciFi #ScienceFiction #Mobilography #MobilePhotography #S3

    #AlienAbductionFriday +Alex Lapidus
    +Irene Kato +Michele Cornelius +Heiko Mahr
    +Karl Geiger +Jon Beall +Karl Geiger Jr
    +Alien Abduction Friday

    #AlienAbductionFriday #owcbn #gplusaliennation

    You can find the original announcement post here: https://plus.google.com/100152754393360938972/posts/9PQgCR6kLFr
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  • Jacob Dix2013-08-02 04:42:59
    Day 2 - Shipwrecked

    SciFi August Continues.

    For this month of August I will be exploring outer space, inner space, hyper space and other SciFi spaces and places on my appropriately named Galaxy S3. I would very much like it if you joined in on the fun. Tag any of your creative work that you created during August with the tag:

    #SciFiAugust.

    These can be in the forms of imagery, painting, story, poetry, sculpture, you name it. Just keep it constrained to science fiction and to August. I wouldn't mind if you also mentioned me in the post but that isn't necessary. It would be nice to see all the fabulous work I anticipate will be created and shared.

    #SciFi #ScienceFiction #Mobilography #MobilePhotography #S3

    #AlienAbductionFriday +Alex Lapidus
    +Irene Kato +Michele Cornelius +Heiko Mahr
    +Karl Geiger +Jon Beall +Karl Geiger Jr
    +Alien Abduction Friday

    #AlienAbductionFriday #owcbn #gplusaliennation

    You can find the original announcement post here: https://plus.google.com/100152754393360938972/posts/9PQgCR6kLFr
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  • Jacob Dix2013-08-02 04:42:59
    Day 2 - Shipwrecked

    SciFi August Continues.

    For this month of August I will be exploring outer space, inner space, hyper space and other SciFi spaces and places on my appropriately named Galaxy S3. I would very much like it if you joined in on the fun. Tag any of your creative work that you created during August with the tag:

    #SciFiAugust.

    These can be in the forms of imagery, painting, story, poetry, sculpture, you name it. Just keep it constrained to science fiction and to August. I wouldn't mind if you also mentioned me in the post but that isn't necessary. It would be nice to see all the fabulous work I anticipate will be created and shared.

    #SciFi #ScienceFiction #Mobilography #MobilePhotography #S3

    #AlienAbductionFriday +Alex Lapidus
    +Irene Kato +Michele Cornelius +Heiko Mahr
    +Karl Geiger +Jon Beall +Karl Geiger Jr
    +Alien Abduction Friday

    #AlienAbductionFriday #owcbn #gplusaliennation

    You can find the original announcement post here: https://plus.google.com/100152754393360938972/posts/9PQgCR6kLFr
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  • Jacob Dix2012-09-13 22:01:55
    Mobilographers

    Everybody needs one, and this is it! Share it, add it, plus it, and if you know of a good mobile photographer that isn't in it but is on G+, mention them in the comments. Those mentioned in the comments, give me a link to a mobile photography album of yours and I'll add you.

    I am attempting to notify most of the new additions to the circle, and also many of those already in the circle. But I can't notify beyond 100, plus I'm not even sure notifications work any longer!

    #Mobilography   #MobilPhotography  
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  • Jacob Dix2012-09-13 22:01:55
    Mobilographers

    Everybody needs one, and this is it! Share it, add it, plus it, and if you know of a good mobile photographer that isn't in it but is on G+, mention them in the comments. Those mentioned in the comments, give me a link to a mobile photography album of yours and I'll add you.

    I am attempting to notify most of the new additions to the circle, and also many of those already in the circle. But I can't notify beyond 100, plus I'm not even sure notifications work any longer!

    #Mobilography   #MobilPhotography  
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  • Jacob Dix2012-09-13 22:01:55
    Mobilographers

    Everybody needs one, and this is it! Share it, add it, plus it, and if you know of a good mobile photographer that isn't in it but is on G+, mention them in the comments. Those mentioned in the comments, give me a link to a mobile photography album of yours and I'll add you.

    I am attempting to notify most of the new additions to the circle, and also many of those already in the circle. But I can't notify beyond 100, plus I'm not even sure notifications work any longer!

    #Mobilography   #MobilPhotography  
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  • Jacob Dix2012-09-13 22:01:55
    Mobilographers

    Everybody needs one, and this is it! Share it, add it, plus it, and if you know of a good mobile photographer that isn't in it but is on G+, mention them in the comments. Those mentioned in the comments, give me a link to a mobile photography album of yours and I'll add you.

    I am attempting to notify most of the new additions to the circle, and also many of those already in the circle. But I can't notify beyond 100, plus I'm not even sure notifications work any longer!

    #Mobilography   #MobilPhotography  
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  • Jacob Dix2012-09-13 22:01:55
    Mobilographers

    Everybody needs one, and this is it! Share it, add it, plus it, and if you know of a good mobile photographer that isn't in it but is on G+, mention them in the comments. Those mentioned in the comments, give me a link to a mobile photography album of yours and I'll add you.

    I am attempting to notify most of the new additions to the circle, and also many of those already in the circle. But I can't notify beyond 100, plus I'm not even sure notifications work any longer!

    #Mobilography   #MobilPhotography  
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  • Jacob Dix2014-01-27 16:08:05
    What Makes A Good Photograph?

    What makes a good photograph? In my explorations of photography and art (mobile or otherwise), I have often thought over this question and the many answers it can generate by half-hearted searching. Is it the composition, the subject, or the lighting? These things have their place, though with any given element, I find myself thinking of images that were beautiful despite one or two of these qualities being fulfilled to any strong degree. There must be something beyond these. And to tell you the truth, I think I’ve found an answer, though I derive it from ideas and associations outside of photography altogether.

    Follow the link to continue reading: http://www.mobilography.net/what-makes-a-good-photograph/

    #Mobilography
    #MobilePhotography
    #SmartphonePhotography  
    #REM
    #PSTD
    #EMDR
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  • Jacob Dix2014-01-27 16:08:05
    What Makes A Good Photograph?

    What makes a good photograph? In my explorations of photography and art (mobile or otherwise), I have often thought over this question and the many answers it can generate by half-hearted searching. Is it the composition, the subject, or the lighting? These things have their place, though with any given element, I find myself thinking of images that were beautiful despite one or two of these qualities being fulfilled to any strong degree. There must be something beyond these. And to tell you the truth, I think I’ve found an answer, though I derive it from ideas and associations outside of photography altogether.

    Follow the link to continue reading: http://www.mobilography.net/what-makes-a-good-photograph/

    #Mobilography
    #MobilePhotography
    #SmartphonePhotography  
    #REM
    #PSTD
    #EMDR
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  • Jacob Dix2014-01-27 16:08:05
    What Makes A Good Photograph?

    What makes a good photograph? In my explorations of photography and art (mobile or otherwise), I have often thought over this question and the many answers it can generate by half-hearted searching. Is it the composition, the subject, or the lighting? These things have their place, though with any given element, I find myself thinking of images that were beautiful despite one or two of these qualities being fulfilled to any strong degree. There must be something beyond these. And to tell you the truth, I think I’ve found an answer, though I derive it from ideas and associations outside of photography altogether.

    Follow the link to continue reading: http://www.mobilography.net/what-makes-a-good-photograph/

    #Mobilography
    #MobilePhotography
    #SmartphonePhotography  
    #REM
    #PSTD
    #EMDR
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  • Jacob Dix2014-01-27 16:08:05
    What Makes A Good Photograph?

    What makes a good photograph? In my explorations of photography and art (mobile or otherwise), I have often thought over this question and the many answers it can generate by half-hearted searching. Is it the composition, the subject, or the lighting? These things have their place, though with any given element, I find myself thinking of images that were beautiful despite one or two of these qualities being fulfilled to any strong degree. There must be something beyond these. And to tell you the truth, I think I’ve found an answer, though I derive it from ideas and associations outside of photography altogether.

    Follow the link to continue reading: http://www.mobilography.net/what-makes-a-good-photograph/

    #Mobilography
    #MobilePhotography
    #SmartphonePhotography  
    #REM
    #PSTD
    #EMDR
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  • Jacob Dix2014-01-27 16:08:05
    What Makes A Good Photograph?

    What makes a good photograph? In my explorations of photography and art (mobile or otherwise), I have often thought over this question and the many answers it can generate by half-hearted searching. Is it the composition, the subject, or the lighting? These things have their place, though with any given element, I find myself thinking of images that were beautiful despite one or two of these qualities being fulfilled to any strong degree. There must be something beyond these. And to tell you the truth, I think I’ve found an answer, though I derive it from ideas and associations outside of photography altogether.

    Follow the link to continue reading: http://www.mobilography.net/what-makes-a-good-photograph/

    #Mobilography
    #MobilePhotography
    #SmartphonePhotography  
    #REM
    #PSTD
    #EMDR
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  • Jacob Dix2014-02-12 14:37:07
    The Definitive List for Mobile Photography Editing on Android

    Looking around the web, there are a number of blog posts out there that point to (or list) various Android photo editing and camera apps. So why do yet another? For starters, these lists all tend to be out of date by a year or more and there seems no current list of the best of the best. Lists, it is well known, generate hits, and so it’s a sure fire post to make one yourself. Sadly, most of the app lists I’ve seen are recent lists that are crowd sourced and show preferences for mediocre apps.

    What I am offering here is a list of smartphone photography apps based on my own personal experience and expertise. I use apps regularly, and heavily. I use every aspect of apps. So here’s a comprehensive list of quality editing and camera apps available on the Android market currently.

    http://www.mobilography.net/the-definitive-list/

    #Mobilography   #MobilePhotography   #SmartphonePhotography  
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  • Jacob Dix2014-02-12 14:37:07
    The Definitive List for Mobile Photography Editing on Android

    Looking around the web, there are a number of blog posts out there that point to (or list) various Android photo editing and camera apps. So why do yet another? For starters, these lists all tend to be out of date by a year or more and there seems no current list of the best of the best. Lists, it is well known, generate hits, and so it’s a sure fire post to make one yourself. Sadly, most of the app lists I’ve seen are recent lists that are crowd sourced and show preferences for mediocre apps.

    What I am offering here is a list of smartphone photography apps based on my own personal experience and expertise. I use apps regularly, and heavily. I use every aspect of apps. So here’s a comprehensive list of quality editing and camera apps available on the Android market currently.

    http://www.mobilography.net/the-definitive-list/

    #Mobilography   #MobilePhotography   #SmartphonePhotography  
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  • Jacob Dix2014-02-12 14:37:07
    The Definitive List for Mobile Photography Editing on Android

    Looking around the web, there are a number of blog posts out there that point to (or list) various Android photo editing and camera apps. So why do yet another? For starters, these lists all tend to be out of date by a year or more and there seems no current list of the best of the best. Lists, it is well known, generate hits, and so it’s a sure fire post to make one yourself. Sadly, most of the app lists I’ve seen are recent lists that are crowd sourced and show preferences for mediocre apps.

    What I am offering here is a list of smartphone photography apps based on my own personal experience and expertise. I use apps regularly, and heavily. I use every aspect of apps. So here’s a comprehensive list of quality editing and camera apps available on the Android market currently.

    http://www.mobilography.net/the-definitive-list/

    #Mobilography   #MobilePhotography   #SmartphonePhotography  
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  • Jacob Dix2014-02-12 14:37:07
    The Definitive List for Mobile Photography Editing on Android

    Looking around the web, there are a number of blog posts out there that point to (or list) various Android photo editing and camera apps. So why do yet another? For starters, these lists all tend to be out of date by a year or more and there seems no current list of the best of the best. Lists, it is well known, generate hits, and so it’s a sure fire post to make one yourself. Sadly, most of the app lists I’ve seen are recent lists that are crowd sourced and show preferences for mediocre apps.

    What I am offering here is a list of smartphone photography apps based on my own personal experience and expertise. I use apps regularly, and heavily. I use every aspect of apps. So here’s a comprehensive list of quality editing and camera apps available on the Android market currently.

    http://www.mobilography.net/the-definitive-list/

    #Mobilography   #MobilePhotography   #SmartphonePhotography  
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  • Jacob Dix2014-02-12 14:37:07
    The Definitive List for Mobile Photography Editing on Android

    Looking around the web, there are a number of blog posts out there that point to (or list) various Android photo editing and camera apps. So why do yet another? For starters, these lists all tend to be out of date by a year or more and there seems no current list of the best of the best. Lists, it is well known, generate hits, and so it’s a sure fire post to make one yourself. Sadly, most of the app lists I’ve seen are recent lists that are crowd sourced and show preferences for mediocre apps.

    What I am offering here is a list of smartphone photography apps based on my own personal experience and expertise. I use apps regularly, and heavily. I use every aspect of apps. So here’s a comprehensive list of quality editing and camera apps available on the Android market currently.

    http://www.mobilography.net/the-definitive-list/

    #Mobilography   #MobilePhotography   #SmartphonePhotography  
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  • Jacob Dix2011-11-25 14:34:14
    Save post to Gmail Inbox/Drafts & Docs

    +Google+

    Care to help me promote this idea by sharing it?

    #JacobsIdeas
    #googleplusmockups

    Link to original post: https://plus.google.com/u/0/100152754393360938972/posts/PnvpG83chbd
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  • Jacob Dix2011-11-25 14:34:14
    Save post to Gmail Inbox/Drafts & Docs

    +Google+

    Care to help me promote this idea by sharing it?

    #JacobsIdeas
    #googleplusmockups

    Link to original post: https://plus.google.com/u/0/100152754393360938972/posts/PnvpG83chbd
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