The Lone Cypress - a drive down Highway 1 from San Francisco to San Diego
I had a great long weekend recently. It started in the San Francisco area where I attended the ReadWriteWeb conference on the "Real Time Web". It was very cool to be sitting in rooms with engineers from Google and other major companies that are in the middle of evolving the web itself. There was lots of good food for thought. I was looking at it from the perspective of how to use the future web to increase attention to good content. I think we are moving into an area where attention can be created, just like wealth in capitalism.
Insofar as I believe attention can be created, I think we are certainly on to something with www.HDRspotting.com. It's purpose is to drive more attention and traffic to other HDR photographers. I understand from some people that they are getting 5x the number of views there than on Flickr! Great! It was started with the intention that attention can be created, spread, and shared in a more intelligent way. I also get a lot of emails of people asking me for invite codes. I don't handle that! Sorry! :) But, I do understand that new codes are going out all the time... new features are being added every few days.
This shot below is from 17-mile drive off the famous Pacific Coast Highway in California, a little trip that produced a lot of good shots I will sprinkle in over the coming weeks and months! Hwy 1 runs down a winding coastline, and there are great sites all over the place. This spot is just north of Carmel and a stone's throw from Pebble Beach. When I was there, I also took this shot with my iPhone. The iPhone is good... but... comon! This one is a bit better... hehe. Am I wrong?
from the blog www.stuckincustoms.com