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Instagrams of the Week: Friday Phoneography

November 1st, 2013

Happy November! Now that Halloween has passed, holiday season will be sure to overwhelm us soon enough. For now, let’s enjoy the pumpkins and apples for a bit longer. Here are the best Instagrams of the week from Wonderful Machine photographers, as well as Robby Klein‘s thoughts on the photo app that has taken over the world: “Instagram, to me, is one more way of …

Weekend Links 10/19/13

October 19th, 2013

Underwater dogs. West Coast this way. Snuggle house. Bread people. Save a bouquet, throw a cat. Look at the stars. Go microscopic. Come away with us. Photographers Update: Susan Seubert : interviewed on running Smithsonian Magazine’s Instagram for the week. Winnie Au ‘s book, Canine Chronicles. Craig Washburn launches a Still-Motion site. Keith Lanpher: finalist in IPA Moving Images category. Kevin Steele takes Best of …

Instagrams of the Week: Friday Phoneography

October 18th, 2013

Photographer Ben Pipe is currently spending time shooting in Cholula, Puebla, Mexico including the Day of the Dead Festival in November. Although he’s sharing a handful of photos from his trip via Instagram, he remains skeptical: “On one hand I’m not entirely comfortable with their terms and the recent changes in law regarding copyright. (which is why i don’t’ post my proper pics, just mobile …

Instagrams of the Week: Friday Phoneography

October 11th, 2013

Fun fact: roughly 40 million photos are uploaded to Instagram per week. Here are 9 out of those 40 million from this week, posted by Wonderful Machine photographers from the US and around the world. Make sure that after you take a good look at these, you go and follow us @wonderfulmachine!   Francisco Guerrero                                 …

Instagrams of the Week: Friday Phoneography

October 4th, 2013

This week, the publicists at Wonderful Machine sat in on an ASMP “Business As Unusual” webinar featuring social media marketing expert, Mari Smith. She discussed the ways that photographers can use Facebook and Twitter to better their brand and business. Instagram is a great alternative, or can be done in addition to blogging. Detroit photographer Peter Baker, whose photo is included in the bunch below, …

TwiTrip Along the East Coast

October 2nd, 2013

By Karrisa Olsen If traveling up the East Coast, eating at highly-suggested food spots, meeting diverse people and Instagramming it all in real-time sounds like an adventure to you, look into making a TwiTrip with The Guardian. Portland-based photographer Greta Rybus had a chance to do so last week, teaming up with travel writer Vicky Baker as they made their way from Baltimore to Bay …

Instagrams of the Week: Friday Phoneography

September 27th, 2013

It’s hard to believe this is already the last week of September! Let’s ring in October (which will bring many more Fall festivities) by checking out the best photos posted on Instagram this week by Wonderful Machine photographers. Florida-based Jason Myers, whose photo is included below, gave us his example of how bittersweet the idea of Instagram can be for working professionals: I used to …

Instagrams of the Week: Friday Phoneography

September 20th, 2013

At the start of September, Instagram announced it’s milestone of 150 million users. It’s safe to say that most of these users are not professional photographers. How industry professionals feel about phone photography in general is an ongoing debate. Richard Beaven, whose photo is included in the set below, let us in on his opinion: I more often use other cameras for work but for …

Instagrams of the Week: Friday Phoneography

September 13th, 2013

By Karrisa Olsen Friday is a time for all things lighthearted and fun, which is why we’re presenting you with a new end-of-the-week Instagram feature. Each week, we’ll take note of our favorite photos posted by Wonderful Machine photographers on Instagram and assemble all of them for your viewing pleasure here on our blog. Look at it as a pre-weekend party, if you will. With …

Through The Looking Glass

December 10th, 2012

by Maria Luci Disney‘s recent push to be more “social” has lead them to the popular microblogging site, Tumblr. Disney found Tumblr to be the perfect venue for The Looking Glass, their newest social media project featuring photos of Disney Parks taken by a variety of photographers. For the series, Disney hired seven talented shooters with varying styles and specialties to capture what they found …