I’ve been looking forward to finally document the early arrival of spring in Morgantown! It’s not even April yet, but temperatures broke records this week all around the state of West Virginia as well as in the rest of the southeast region. Enough yammering… Here are some photos I’ve been wanting to post all week! Enjoy the early spring.


Camera+ UPDATE

Not too long ago I wrote about Camera+, one of my FAVORITE (and also one of the most popular iphotography apps). Things in the mobile technology community evolve quickly, making my old post obsolete, as Camera+ received a major facelift. Stuff happens.

What’s new?

-Sharing your photos to multiple platforms simultaneously (kind of like Instagram). The older version had minimal sharing capabilities, but this new boost has opened up the realm to MORE platforms.

-Increased sharing speed (for those of you like me who get REALLY excited when a photo comes out nicely and you must tell everyone you know as fast as possible).

-Workflow… It lets you choose between two options… After taking a photo you can choose to either look at the photo just taken or go back to the viewfinder. It’s a simple update but comes in handy.

Generally I noticed things move a lot faster inside the app… Lots of bug fixes, no more crashing, etc. Did I mention it’s on sale for $0.99?

What do you guys think? Do you like the new improvements to Camera+?

Ok, so I know this is an iPhone photography blog, but I think it’s important to discuss the iPad 3 that was introduced yesterday, especially since it now includes a 5 megapixel camera! While it’s not necessary to go into the other new additions, let’s talk about this new camera…

So here’s how Apple describes the new addition on their website.

So here is my question…Who uses the iPad to take photos?

From what I understand the retina display is amazing, but do people use it to take pictures, or just for Skype/ FaceTime? What do you guys think?

*In unrelated news, spring is kind of here in Morgantown! I took these around town during the past week and used Cross Process (always my fav.)