Corner View on Flickr.
Old Neighborhoods are infinitely fascinating. Weird textures on every third house, an incredibly huge manor-like house put on a street where nothing else even remotely resembles it,and one single house with an awesome stairway leading to the front door.
Little wonders like this are spread all over this city, and most people have no reason to find them. They are sort of like the things you learn when you have a conversation with someone. There are remarkable things hidden around corners in people’s minds that you’d never go if you didn’t decide to get to know them.
Photography the best excuse to go adventuring that I’ve ever seen. Lydia and I could have just shot in the park, or right outside her house, but we wandered and talked, laugh and questioned the odd choices people made in architecture.
Photography isn’t just about looking at the surface of something for me, it’s about getting to places I didn’t plan to go and having fun doing it.
I love having old photos to stumble upon, old shoots to rehash. There are hundreds of photos on this memory card that lives in my Nikon, and I don’t know what half of them look like. It’s like keeping a huge collection of surprises for yourself for when you get bored.
These are from the one and only shoot I’ve ever done at my place with Erin back in May of 2013.
If you’ve ever wanted to print photos from your smartphone on the go, Fuji may have just announced the product of your dreams.
The Instax Share SP-1 Printer uses WIFI to connect to your phone while an Instax Share app for iOS and Android gives you control over the fine details.
Fuji Announces a Compact Wireless Printer
Never seriously wanted an instax, but this is a great thing to pair with an Iphone.