23 August 2011

EyeEm

I just found my favorite app in the last few days.
It's called EyeEm.





This app allows you to take pics and share it throughout the world. #communitylove
You might say this "duhhh~ another photo app, what's so big deal about it bladeeblabla..."
But this app is amazing because less on camwhore pics and more on real photography. Not to mention, see what's happening, what is it like and meet new people at other countries.

When it comes to photography, you don't have to own a real DSLR, what you need is..
SKILLS & INSTINCT

View on phone:


View on PC:
background pic taken by an EyeEm user. it changes randomly :)


beautiful pics from Cindy Patrick



Plus, EyeEm is having a new competition called STYLE WITHOUT BOUNDARIES.
fashionistas will love this!

EyeEm and the Northumbria University School of Design are teaming up for this competition. Aiming to explore the multitude and individual creativity of street styles around the world, this project is a collaborative collection of street fashion photos taken by those who really define today's fashion and reinvent it every day.

The best works of this competition will be exclusively shown at the London Design Festival 2011! Deadline of submission is Monday, 29th of August. The London exhibition is set to take place from 23rd to 25th of September. So hurry up and add your photos!

Check out the EyeEm Street Fashion page for more details and infos: http://fashion.eyeem.com/


How to participate:
1. Download EyeEm (available for both Android and iPhone App Store! fair enough huh?)

2. Take a photo

3. Tag your photo with 'Upload It' and see it minutes seconds later in the LIVE PHOTO VIBE!


P/S  check out their blog too!

4 comments:

  1. Cool...but my android phone camera is not good enough...even with addition of these apps...will check out this competition..sounds interesting

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  2. Nifty! I totally agree, I know people who can take much better photos with their cell phone cams than I can with a dSLR of the same scene. :)

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  3. Hey, stumbled upon your blog, I like it. :)
    Times have changed with cameras on phones improving so much. Maybe a future with a camera phone & detachable lens? :P

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  4. @eric lee
    aiya, my android phone also not that good but with the help of apps, they can make it better(or worse, choi~ touch wood lol)

    @huai bin
    i knowww right? gosh, so envy those people with skills like that! huhuhu~

    @tiffany
    helluu~ thankiew! that means so much to me! :D
    detachable lens? i kinda saw one available for the iphone, i think.
    those jelly lens can consider as 'detachable lens'? haha

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