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A Review of Polaroid Swing

For several months, I’ve been using a new app on my phone called Polaroid Swing. Almost every photographer out there knows the Polaroid brand. Actually, my first camera ever was a Polaroid – I won it in a Halloween costume contest in the 80s when I was around 3 years old. The company has always...

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    Why I Love Mobile Photography

    Most people assume that taking great photos requires lots of expensive gear and software. In fact, many go so far as to equate the two: upon seeing a beautiful photograph, the natural response is to say “you must have a nice camera!” While it’s true that equipment can be important in photography, it’s not true...

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      4 Reasons You Should Be Using Lightroom Mobile

      Ever since Adobe released Lightroom for mobile devices, it has been a big part of my mobile photography workflow. Unfortunately for many mobile photographers, since its release, Lightroom Mobile could only be used by those with a Creative Cloud subscription. But this month, that all changed! Lightroom Mobile is now available for everyone to download...

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      Free Cherry Blossom Wallpaper For iPhone and iPad

      With the cherry blossoms blooming this week around much of Japan, I thought it might be nice to share a free cherry blossom background for everyone to enjoy on their phones. I’ve sized this especially for current iPhones and iPads, but I’m sure you can find something here that will work on a number of...

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        A Lovely Spring Day In Satte

        Got to spend a beautiful Spring day in Satte today with my family. Satte is in Saitama Prefecture, and although it’s only an hour or two outside of Tokyo, it’s not nearly as crowded but (in my opinion) more lovely than anywhere I’ve seen in Tokyo. Especially mixed with the yellow rapeseed blossoms, the large...

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