Lately, I have been blogging breaking news for DPReview: Connect. My topics have ranged from 3D photo booths to Android hacking to “Smartphone Thursday.” It has been an excellent exercise in tech writing as I log up to seven stories in just a few hours.
On top of my tech writer blogging boot camp, I have been editing a ebook for Macworld about digital photography. So, after I am finished blogging up a storm, I get to settle down with a good book and work to edit it down to an even better book.
Thus ends my obligatory periodic career updates on my blog. Toodles!
At least once a week, I watch the sun rise over the Bay Bridge and sometimes I take photos. Here are a few of my favorites, taken and edited with my iPhone 4S.
Last week, Macworld’s iPhone Photography Superguide was published. I helped contribute some of its content as well as work as a technical editor.
Basically, I was really excited to be a part of my first ebook. But most of all, I was stoked that they published my chosen biography. Behold.
As I try to figure out what it means to be a real life, graduated adult, I have learned a few things about myself and my current approach to photography. All of these revelations seem to come back to me trying not to take myself too seriously. So, I give you a few of my new favorite photos, as taken on my iPhone in Camera + and edited in Instagram. You can follow me on Instagram @lcrabbe.