I've always enjoyed taking pictures and have enjoyed the occasional photography discussions on this site. I've never gotten beyond the casual stage and I usually just use my phone to snap a few shots. However, I have gotten lucky a few times and captured some really cool stuff. My wife is a little concerned that I'll wind up on Hoarding someday with an eight foot stack of pictures and frames in every room. What's so wrong with taking pictures of a picture and then making a collage? She's silly.
Anyway, last week I bought an iPhone (I know, I'm several years late to the party) and have been amazed. The apps and editing that you can do is incredible. Can't believe it took me so long to step into the 20th century. If you aren't too bored by now, take a look.
My 2 year old runs. All day. Everywhere we go. He runs:
Here we are at a yogurt shop this afternoon. Minutes after Cade finished his yogurt, he ran. He's always in a hurry.
This app is awesome. It grays out the picture, then you add the color back in with your finger. I think I'm gonna quit my job so I'll have more time to work on this:
In our backyard this afternoon kicking a ball around. My daughter kicks the ball and my boy runs. Luckily, we have a steep hill so he sleeps well at night, even with Keith in the room:
Our newborn, Cash, in the living room with a tilt zoom effect. He's my retirement plan. Yes, he will play in the NFL or NBA, or maybe both. At least the PGA. He's a big boy:
The game room with tilt zoom and color spot. Yes, I wear the helmet on game days:
And, for those of you that aren't bored outta your minds waiting for something amusing: I snapped this picture of a wizard driving a T-Top. The scene was so awesome I didn't even edit it. Rock on wizard, rock on.
Fly that flaming Trans-Am to the moon wizard, and tell us your stories when you return. I'll take your picture and we'll rec the crap outta your post.