Tag Archives: iPhone App
ShakeItPhoto made it into the pages of Playboy Magazine this month. Thanks to Bruce for showing us!
Check out how beautiful these photos are. They should be in magazines (do people still read magazines?). I love them all. Taken with CrossProcess and ShakeItPhoto. Nicholas Corsalini (Mrfubar32x on Flickr)
For the company holiday card, Jim Barraud and his coworkers thought it would be fun to include portraits “(very) loosely based on a Swedish dance band” andbrought in a professional photographer to do the job. Jim decided to take out … Continue reading
Remember back in October when Southwest Airlines had those crazy big deals on flights? You could fly for practically nothing. So, Patrick Burnell and his buddies decided to take a little vacation.. “We mapped out a bunch of places to … Continue reading
Weather Eye Out is Matthew Burgess’ photo website. A beautiful collection of ShakeItPhotos pics. In an email to us, Matthew wrote: I’ve been using ShakeItPhoto for almost a year and a half and I can safely say it has changed … Continue reading
While searching for some vintage boy’s clothing on etsy, I happened upon this great kids’ shop, Liddle, with all photos taken with ShakeItPhoto. It’s an easy and pretty way for etsy shop owners to quickly upload photos of their items! … Continue reading
Beautiful CrossProcess photos on Michael Morgan’s Posterous blog. (We’re big fans of Mr. Morgan’s.) Check out his other photo website, m2studios.com and follow him on twitter: @GrowMyAfro.
I thought it’d be fun to do a weekly post focusing on one Flickr Photostream that uses Banana Camera Co apps that we really love. Our first is ssssaaaammmm‘s photostream. He just joined Flickr this month and has uploaded plenty … Continue reading
Sugar Row is a site dedicated to children/parent photography. Featured on the site was Ingrid Nelson, a professional lifestyle and wedding photographer, including her ShakeItPhoto pics. Ingrid says: “As a professional photographer I have days where I just don’t want … Continue reading