Without a doubt, my favorite everyday camera is the iPhone camera, which takes amazing photos. Given the right lighting and moment, magic happens. Last week, I was on assignment for Detroit Electronic Quarterly photographing DJ John "Jammin" Collins, a legend and historianPeep The Rest!
A few weeks ago, I downloaded the new photo editing app iPhone app, Enlight. I can’t stop playing with this app. Once you get the hang of the crazy amount of options, the sky is the limit when it comes to your creativity. Admittedly, I am not one who does or even knows hoPeep The Rest!
Earlier this week, I made my way to San Antonio, TX for the first time. I've wanted to visit for years after seeing various enticing shows on the Travel Channel & Food Network and as a history buff, I totally wanted to visit the Alamo and Catholic missions that are around thePeep The Rest!
Making my way to Washington DC from Chicago, I saw this magical vision from my window seat. It was amazing seeing how cloud cover transformed one of America’s most iconic skylines. I was in the right place at the right time!Peep The Rest!
After years of wanting to update my www.photographybytafari.com website, the job is now down. Took many more hours than I care to mention to get it to the point of being done but it is done. Whew!!!!! My previous site was fin but it was part HTML and Flash, therefore it did nPeep The Rest!
As a rule of thumb, I follow these steps when I'm out & about away from a charger. Works every time! If you’re in Hurricane Sandy’s strike zone, these six quick tips will mos def prolong your iPhone battery life in case the power goes out…. 1. Disable LTE if you havePeep The Rest!
I saw this business card concept on Dribble by French designer Frederic Tourrou of Beasty Design & had to bite his style for myself. So simple, fun & catchy. And of course, as an Apple fan, it got me really hype. I'd love to have this printed.... Maybe...Peep The Rest!
The morning fog the other day was so thick that you could hardly see the car in front of you. And while dangerously thick, it was nothing short of beautiful. The trees showing their glory through barley cover branches, bright fallen leaves in a misty gray foreground made for viPeep The Rest!