I've continued to experiment with the iPhone camera with mixed results. I suppose it was appropriate that just as I felt ready to brand the camera worthless a friend seny me a link to an NPR story called iPhone Squared. The remarkable images produced by Texas photographer Matt Nager with his iPhone were a perfect example (to me) of embracing the strengths and weaknesses of the iPhone camera.
So I started creating my own grids -- short visual stories of places and events. The one above depicts the walk from the East Parking deck to my office with the temperature hovering around 7F. The grids are the perfect creative spark to start off a new year.
Everyone knows you can click on the picture to see a large version right?
I'll apologize for not posting more. No pictures from the Pennsylvania Farm Show this year because I am busy working to get the next issue of the magazine together. For those of you who don't already know I have been appointed the new editor of Penn State Agriculture magazine. We are undergoing the first redesign since it began 25 years ago and it will emerge as Penn State AgScience Magazine. Stay tuned for more details.
It's still cold outside.