Debra Drummond's blog on her new Blackberry Curve or similar PDA, reminded me that photoblogging can be lots of fun! I use my Samsung (model unknown) cell phone and get great pictures. I am surprised at the picture quality of just a cell phone. My monthly cell charge only went up about $12/month to add internet, which you need to email photos. I then save them on my computer. That's how I got Gustav photos in Baton Rouge for my blog. My phone came with a data cord, but I have yet to figure out how to do a direct transfer. :-) Hey, Louisiana folks, and others share your ideas on how you're using smartphones and cell phones.
I love taking pictures and after I got a new Blackberry Curve, I decided to give photo blogging a shot.
I've followed St. Paul, Minnesota real estate agent Theresa Boardman and her All T All Day blog, especially enjoying her "on the street" perspective.
I'm not a native Michigander. Although I cherish my Dakota roots and love my California past, today I enjoy a nice life in Michigan. Even with our battered economy, it's a great place to live (ok, I could do with a few less months of Winter).
Some of the things I hope to do is document my real estate travels throughout Southeast Michigan highlighting property, communities, events, and the unusual, unique and sometimes downright bizarre things I come across.
Blogging and digital photography is familiar to me. Learning a new smartphone, taking photos on it, uploading to Flickr, and posting to Twitter and my new blog has been a lesson in patience and persistence (and if that wasn't enough, I just added a new Tablet PC).
It's definitely a work in progress. The pictures and resolution aren't the best, but hey, it's a camera phone!
Image courtesy of Marvin Kuo