Last Monday I drove up to the TWIT studios in Petaluma, California to be a guest on TWIT Photo with Catherine Hall and Leo Laporte. We talked about travel, what cameras I use, carrying around my gear and went through some of the photos I’ve taken over the years. As it turns out, Lightroom 4 was released this week so my segment doesn’t start until the 15 minute mark.
If you have been paying attention to the interwebs the last few months, you’ve probably heard that this Pinterest thing is all the rage with the kids. Pinterest is fundamentally an image sharing social media site. You “pin” images to any number of virtual boards that you or your friends have and then you can share them by re-pinning them to other boards.
I was told to check it out by my assistant Amy, which is not surprising as I’ve heard stats that say 90% of the users of Pinterest are women (I’ve heard numbers as high as 97%). Much of the early popularity of Pinterest came from sharing images of food, crafts and products, but by no means it is limited to that. Continue reading “Pinterest for Travel”