New York City as seen through the lens of my iPhone
While sitting in the middle of formerly traffic bound Broadway (and now filled with chairs, tables, and planters) alongside the Flatiron a few weeks ago, I took a moment to look up and see the Flatiron from a different angle.
As I find myself taking photos of the world around me with my iPhone nearly every day, I felt I needed a platform specifically for this new medium.
I began Photoblogging at the beginning of 2005 (currently at24gotham.com), and I remain devoted to taking great pictures of New York City with my D80. However, I found I wanted a place to showcase just the images taken with my iPhone... A place where I can post new images on the fly within minutes of taking them. Where I don't have to play by any preconceived rules... Where I can use the various apps to my hearts desire... So, here is where I will keep em coming. I do hope you will subscribe to my page and return often.
When I got my first iPhone in July of 2007, I wasn't terribly impressed with the camera... And truthfully, it wasn't much. However, when the Apps store opened in 2008, everything changed, and suddenly a new world of imagery began to take shape on my iPhone. I upgraded to the 3GS and unless otherwise noted, all images here are from the 3GS.