The last couple years, and especially since the release of the iPhone 7 and the end of the headphone port it seems everybody and their brother has entered the wireless earbud market. Apple and Many others are now all competing for our money.
Augmented Reality (AR) is shaping up to be the coolest, most promising, most useful tech in recent years, with a projected global market of $165 billion by 2024. In 3-5 years everything we do today with our devices will seem old and antiquated with the intertwining of AR into our computers and iPhones, forever altering how we interact with them.
I started my photography journey in 1982 with the purchase of my first Yashica SLR film camera while I was serving in the U.S. Marines. Along the way I worked in sales management, web design/development, and then full-time as a photographer
Thank you to everyone who has visited my blog, followed me on social media and endured my first year of videos on YouTube. I am looking forward to an even better 2017. From my family to yours, Happy Holidays.
Pad & Quill is a classic American company started by a husband and wife team from their basement in 2010. They make high quality hand-crafted leather bags, cases and watch bands tailored to Apple products.
I was addicted to Instagram long before most people knew what it was. So whenever I see curated list of Instagram recommendations—especially from a source like Time.com— I have to share. So settle back with a latte and enjoy perusing Time.com's list of the 51 Instagrammers in the United States. Enjoy :)
The winners of the 2016 IPPAWARDS are in and Siyuan Niu from Xinjiang, China took the grand prize this year with his photo Man and the Eagle. Check out the article below from 121clicks.com for more images from this year's winners.
The original Polaroid Model 100 Instant film camera was released by Polaroid in 1963. Less than 10 years later, in 1972 Polaroid released the SX-70 fully automatic, folding Polaroid camera which was selling over 5000 per day within a year of it's release. A company named "Impossible" bought the last Polaroid factory in 2008 days before it closed.