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Scenes from Gnomedex 10

Posting some of the photos I took at Gnomedex 10 in Seattle a couple of weeks ago. Gnomedex is my favorite conference, and I look forward to it every August as a “family reunion” of my geek people. This year was bittersweet – it was likely the last Gnomedex ever. I took lots of notes, and intend to write up a few more meaty posts on some of the thoughts I had. But for now, I’m posting these, mainly to push down my lame “Site was hacked” post, which has been sitting here for too long. :-)

All photos were taken with my iPhone 4 – I decided not to lug a “big boy” DSLR with me, and I have to say, the photo quality of the iPhone 4, coupled with the amazing apps I can use to manipulate the photos “in camera” (like Pro HDR, Autostitch, etc.) blew me away. This is now my “pocket carry” camera, and unless I really need a DSLR, probably the only one I’ll carry from now on.

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Made this combination panorama and HDR shot on my iPhone 4 with Pro HDR and Autostitch, two of my favorite photo apps. Taken from the front steps of the Bell Harbor Conference Center in Seattle, home to Gnomedex for the last five years.

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Chris Pirillo

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The End of Gnomedex

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Seattle Waterfront Panorama. Using Autostitch, of course.

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Seattle Waterfront, Unretouched from iPhone 4. Love the colors on this one.

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6 thoughts on “Scenes from Gnomedex 10

  1. Josh – are you kidding me? These pics are jaw-dropping! I cannot believe they were taken with an iphone. My Nikon DLSR barely takes shots like these. I am definitely downloading the apps you mention. Until now, Camerabag has been my favorite iphone app, but I will definitely be checking these out.

  2. I use Hipstamatic, but find it less user-friendly than most camera apps on the iphone, so I use it the least. I will definitely give the Clear Cam app a download. Thanks!

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