iPhone shots processed with CameraKit
Go see the Daniel Johnston website, and the documentary film about his life is a must see if you are into music.
I was very fortunate to be able to attend the Tribal Canoe Journey 2009, "Paddle to Suquamish" and take photos. It was an amazing experience seeing over 100 canoes arrive over several hours followed by landing protocol and ceremonies. I was amazed by the stories I heard, a testament to the strength and endurance of the pullers who came from tribes located in Washington, Oregon, Alaska and British Columbia to their final destination at Suquamish - for some after over a month on the waters of the Pacific Northwest. The full gallery has over 175 images if you want to see more. Thanks to the Suquamish Tribe for hosting and thanks to our friends Martin and Maureen for letting us crash at their house for the weekend!
If you have an iPhone check out this new FREE app called iFolio. It is a mobile portfolio containing amazing work by photographers from all over the world (and also some from yours truly). It is really fun to flip through the photos with your finger like turning pages in a book. If you get the app you can mark a portfolio as a favorite by clicking the little plus sign on the bottom of the screen (hint, hint). Also, if you like the app please give it a good review in the App Store!
To give you an idea, here is the intro screen:
I want offer a photo download as a way of saying thanks for all of the recent fanpage/blog sign-ups. This is the one that accompanied my interview at the 7tutorials site. It was taken in the sand dunes just south of Florence, Oregon on a very hot day in the fog. This was my first experience with hot fog (sounds a little yucky), strange for the senses but it was beautiful light.
Supposedly I can send this from my iPhone and it will go to my
photoblog then to my facebook fan page and on to my twitter account
(which I said I'd never have).
The attached photo was taken with my iPhone from a moving car at Alki
in Seattle (there is a thing called luck).
Posted by Will at 7:16 PM
This is where I post images that I find interesting or unique - stuff I might not put in my portfolios on my main site.