One of the first apps I got after getting my iPhone was Instagram. I thought filters were fun, I thought it was a brilliant way to connect photographers, all was good. But if you look at my profile, I have a pretty minor 125 photos in the two years that I’ve been on the platform. Maybe it was an attempt to break the habit that … Continue reading Instagram: A Forgotten Friend
Considering our use of Instagram and Tumblr for the 2012 Political Conventions, maybe it’s a good thing we didn’t get the Olympic credentials we applied for. With the ability to spread such incredible photos, like those referenced in the article, I’m curious as to why Russian officials wouldn’t want to capitalize on the free press of so many international guests potentially awe-struck by the Sochi … Continue reading Journalists Reportedly Banned From Smartphone Photography At Olympics In Russia
After having a virtually inactive Tumblr account, and in light of the RNChic2012 and DNChic projects, I decided that it was time to begin putting my photography portfolio online. The projects are both operated on the Tumblr platform, and so it was a natural choice to use my existing account for my portfolio. To see it, check out this link! I hope you enjoy! http://jgwilb.tumblr.com/ Continue reading Tumblr needed some love!
In my last post, I discussed my move toward a further understanding of Visual Communication. If you haven’t noticed, I’ve become completely engrossed in the WilbWatch project. Out of devotion to the project, and the concern of getting the most out of my upcoming Photography class, I am caught in an internal debate about which camera to purchase. This investment will be my first DSLR, though I … Continue reading The Search for the Perfect Camera