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A few iPhone photos from Shanghai

It’s been a whirlwind two days. IDF just got over, and for the last two days, I’ve been shooting video of keynotes, sessions, demos, and other interesting stuff. Since all my video gear is kinda heavy to lug around, I haven’t bothered taking my Nikon D40 DSLR with my, to take many photos. Now that I’m done with the heavy duty video stuff, I’ll have my camera with me much more while I’m here in Shanghai, and will take and post some more photos.

In the mean time, here are a few that I’ve managed to shoot with my iPhone. Some of these turned out pretty well, if I do say so myself. As always, I love it when you comment on my stuff, so let me know what you think, and enjoy! :-)

Shanghai Promenade
Super Brand Mall, Shanghai
Super Brand Mall, interior
My first meal in Shanghai: McDonald's
Intel Developer Forum 2008 Shanghai

You can, as always, see all of the photos I share on Flickr.

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  4. You must be exhausted…and enlightened. I’m exhausted and I haven’t even been lugging equipment, shooting, editing… You’re herculean! I’m amazed the the quality of the photos — from a phone! And I agree with you, video is heavy lifting. To keep it fun, I just got a Flip Video Ultra (for me, one for my daughter). For about $140, you turn it on, click a button and go with it! It can help save time, but it really is a toy compared to your Cannon. Check this out http://kenekaplan.wordpress.com/2008/04/05/flipvideo-pre-spring-san-francisco-drive/.

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  6. @Ken – Heh. It’s been a pretty fast pace. But I’ve been taking time to rest and relax, too, and my hosts here, Welles and Richard of ISN China, have been absolutely stellar at showing me the town, including the interesting stuff that most tourists probably miss, and some great food, too. :-)

    You’ll love the Flip. It’s a great little camera. I’ve been using my little pocket Aiptek in the same way as the Flip is meant to. All of the video I’ve posted so far has been from that. I haven’t gotten to editing the HDV from my Canon – I don’t have enough disk space to do a lot of that here (HDV takes up 60GB per hour, and I filled up 12 1 hour tapes!). But it will come shortly after I get home! :-) Enjoy the Flip – looking forward for seeing your videos from it.

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