Online community: When Social Engagement Goes Too Far

Online community: When Social Engagement Goes Too Far

I’ve been enjoying posting more frequently on Instagram. As mentioned way back, the challenge for me is the desire to respond to every comment. The reality is, I cannot, without taking time away from something else in my life. It’s unsustainable. Some IGers have chosen to leave the community completely and I completely understand their […]

Journey’s end

Posted by on May 25, 2013 in Instagram stories, mobile photography | No Comments
Journey’s end

Journey’s end // I received a final email from a friend, who’s been battling cancer. The doctors have done all they can do, the end is near. Shirley is ready, ready to meet her creator. She looks forward to seeing Jesus, in a beautiful place where there is no pain, heaven. A sobering moment and […]

Mobile Photography Apps – Average Camera Pro

Posted by on May 7, 2013 in mobile photography | 2 Comments
Mobile Photography Apps – Average Camera Pro

It is with great pleasure that I (@Khali310) write in this blog as a guest, to share the things I have learned through this photo-taking journey. I have always wanted to share with others the little that I have learned in this adventure of Instagram  Thanks to Dan (the dude) Lum, I finally get to help […]

Mobile Photography Basics – Hardware

Posted by on Mar 18, 2013 in mobile photography | 5 Comments
Mobile Photography Basics – Hardware

I’ve been talking about doing this for a long time. So, here it is. I’m sharing what I know and use in my daily mobile photography misadventures. All my related posts will be found in the category of ‘mobile photography’. I definitely don’t know it all but will certainly share what I’ve learned and continue to […]

Creativity Beyond The Instagram Square

Creativity Beyond The Instagram Square

The @16x9fordays ‘project’ has been an eye opener. Over 2400 tagged shots in 6 days says something. Greater than the interest in the aspect ratio itself though, it says that creativity cannot/should not be limiting. In the context of Instagram, Robb Thompson @beardofbeez says it well, in response to my post Love Lost and Found: […]

channels

channels

I’ve spent the last 11 years storytelling across multiple channels. I’ve shot hundreds of hours of video footage, thousands of photos and designed many marketing pieces. Some of those stories went straight to DVD, some to print and others to websites. The recurring theme here is that the reach of those stories was limited. A […]