Taking pictures is a favorite hobby of mine and I particularly enjoy doing so with my iPhone. The practicality of always having a camera with me, a suite of image editing apps and a means to publish them immediately is intoxicating. For capturing, my go-to apps are the default Camera app, which handles the majority of use cases, and CortexCam, which can produce virtually noise-free images in a variety of lighting conditions. For editing, I rely heavily on VSCOCam, which is arguably my favorite iOS app. The photos below are the most recent from Instagram, but I also publish to my VSCO Grid, so follow along if you're into that sort of thing.
My #bestnine2016 is mostly @Epicurrence with some family and an NES Classic thrown in. All brought a smile to my face.
A logo for something we've been working on off-and-on for several months. There are lots of moving parts to bring it to life, plus other projects in the works, but I'm stoked on it! If you enjoy the outdoors then I hope you will be too once we launch. 🤘🏼
One morning, following a scribbled map on a torn piece of yellow paper, 9 guys set out on a hike in Devil's Garden. We called it the "Treasure Hunt". Story is coming, once I formally pen my thoughts on #Epicurrence. #x100t
My mind is still buzzing on last week's time spent at #Epicurrence. Look at all of these happy people. #x100t
If this firepit could talk, it would tell all sorts of stories...some that went on until 4am. #Epicurrence #x100t In other news, I'm enjoying using Lightroom and syncing with Lightroom Mobile. I worked on this shot at work and just pulled it up with all of it's edits while at my son's soccer practice. Technology can be truly awesome sometimes.
Wrapping up my time at #Epicurrence and, again, it's been incredible. Friends made. Experiences shared. Inspiration gained. Planning to write about it in detail like I did last time, so stay tuned. #x100t
The storm that rolled in last night, while minor, looked amazing against the desert backdrop. #Epicurrence #x100t