Here’s some of the interesting photography links to read in this weekned:
One of my favorite outdoor photographers is featured on 500px.
Each photographer has its own style and obviously has its own strategy to carry the gear.
Eric Kim gets compiled ten great ways in Martin Parr, one of my favorite street photographers, can inspire your work.
500px just released their Android app and that’s great news!
Sure there were a few third party apps on Android Market (or Play Store, as now it’s called) but I feel an official mobile app should always be made in-house, to be related to the main application(even if it just means to share all the branding and logos).
I honestly believe that online services should always have a way for programmers to build stuff around it (a public API), but for me that has two main purposes: create clients for smaller platforms or, the most important, create mashups and alternative ways to browse and use the information of those services. A fine example of that is Flickr, with hundreds of original apps but when iOS and Android started to gain traction official apps were releases.
Photo essay of one of Nepal’s most remote regions