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check GARY VAYERCHUCK, the king of hustle, social media maestro not for the feint of heart. EDIE SUNDAY, geniune, provokative film-shooter, delightful. The wonderful world of TRENDLAND, a visual meditation. The heartbeat of all photography for me is Don McCullin. Check out this street photography shoot with him here in KOLKATA.

POCKET DARKROOM 

Simply, the best camera for me is the iphone. And I own and have owned a shit load of cameras. Apps I can’t be without are as follows. SNAPSEED – For me this is the guvnor of phoneography editing apps. It’s pure quality. It doesn’t have the batch processing capabilities of some but this in itself forces me to slow down and deliberate on my output. The facility to create your own presets rocks,  the curve tool is spot on and the grain rocks most other apps I’ve used in this regard. In short it’s the bollocks! 

For editing in-phone and resizing images I use IN-SHOT. When I first started using this app it was just for quick convenience as I had to resize something on the fly. Digging a little deeper I found a shit-load of quirky editing tools that are far superior to most of the stuff out there in my experience.

Features, inspo, and creative town cryers aplenty. You’ve come to the right place so you have.

HOME

DAILY INSPO HIT
check GARY VAYERCHUCK, the king of hustle, social media maestro not for the feint of heart. EDIE SUNDAY, geniune, provokative film-shooter, delightful. The wonderful world of TRENDLAND, a visual meditation. The heartbeat of all photography for me is Don McCullin. Check out this street photography shoot with him here in KOLKATA.

POCKET DARKROOM 

Simply, the best camera for me is the iphone. And I own and have owned a shit load of cameras. Apps I can’t be without are as follows. SNAPSEED – For me this is the guvnor of phoneography editing apps. It’s pure quality. It doesn’t have the batch processing capabilities of some but this in itself forces me to slow down and deliberate on my output. The facility to create your own presets rocks,  the curve tool is spot on and the grain rocks most other apps I’ve used in this regard. In short it’s the bollocks! 

For editing in-phone and resizing images I use IN-SHOT. When I first started using this app it was just for quick convenience as I had to resize something on the fly. Digging a little deeper I found a shit-load of quirky editing tools that are far superior to most of the stuff out there in my experience.