Friday, December 31, 2010

Pistil Thursday / All Night / Sunrise

First time up Starkweather road, in the 'hood.
Madrone above Ophir, Andrew D. Barron ©12/30/10
Cypress above Ophir, Andrew D. Barron ©12/30/10
Above Ophir, Andrew D. Barron ©12/30/10
Earlier this week I heard from hipstamatic blogger xolager. Looking at the pics there, I noticed a missing piece of my arsenal: the Williamsburg hipstapak with Pistil film and Helga Viking lens. Another 99¢ gone. This wood pile was shot 9/12/2010 one a two.
Ancient wood pile, Curry County, OR, Andrew D. Barron ©12/30/10
Patterson Bridge, Gold Beach, Curry County, OR, Andrew D. Barron ©12/30/10
Andrew D. Barron ©12/30/10
Andrew D. Barron ©12/30/10
Backgammon, Andrew D. Barron ©12/30/10
Andrew D. Barron ©12/30/10
I haven't said it before, but the way I found the Hipstamatic was that I thought there were physical cases for the iphone that made it look like a camera. That's not the way it works (duh) but there are interesting Leica-ish covers for the phones. Here's one less cool than the hand made one below:
[iphone Leica IIIf sticker drawn by Suguru Nishioka: image removed without a trace]


Crescent moon and planet,Andrew D. Barron ©12/31/10
Crescent moon and planet, Andrew D. Barron ©12/31/10
Tree, Andrew D. Barron ©12/31/10
Rogue River Reef from the Old Coast Road.
Rogue River Reef from the Old Coast Road, Andrew D. Barron ©12/31/10
Wave at Kissing Rock, Andrew D. Barron ©12/31/10
Wave at Kissing Rock, Andrew D. Barron ©12/31/10
Wave at Kissing Rock, Andrew D. Barron ©12/31/10
Mid afternoon coffee

1 comment:

  1. This post got me thinking last night... why can't an iPhone look like a Hipstamatic?

    Well, here's what I decided to do about that:
    http://wp.me/p15bb5-hf

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