Hipstamatic Scrub Jays!
I’m not at all much of a techie, but I finally joined the nerd movement and downloaded the Hipstamatic camera app on my little-used iPod. The schtick of this app is that it basically takes photos like an old Holga, messing with depth of field, color saturation, and format, and making all your photos look like they either 1) were taken in the 1960s or 2) went through your washing machine.
I’m a photographer-wannabe so I’ve been playing with the new app this morning. It’s kinda fun, don’t you think? It reminds me of flipping through my mother’s photo albums of when she was my age, traveling through Yosemite National Park with her true love.
They’re not exactly National Geographic quality, but at least you can see the babies getting a little bigger (and the eyebrow! I love the eyebrow!). Happy happy Wednesday!
Posted on June 8, 2011, in Fauna, Naturalist Notebook, Photo Wunderbar and tagged baby birds, birds, blue jays, hipstamatic app, nature, nature photography, outdoors, photography, photos, retro, scrub jays, vintage photo, wildlife rehab. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.