This is the first of a series of articles about how to get a great photo of your flea in all its glory. For the first article, we created a picture of it on the side of our house. Because it was a long shot, we decided to make sure that it was safe enough to get just one photo from, before we took you outside today.
This is a blog about photography. Back in the time of the 1940s when camera phones came out, photojournalists were a dime a dozen and had no problem capturing fine-grain detail of the (shoe)dressing. Then there was this one guy in the ’50s who was able to track down the source of one shoe size in 100 feet of sand. Now that technology has advanced beyond such trivialities, it’s time to look at how we can use technology to capture incredible images of our shoes. I’m posting this to allow you to see how some tech companies are integrating their data into their shoes to enhance their products and improve the experience for customers.
Flea photography was created by David H. Morin, one of the co-founders of Flea Photography, which is an online marketplace that allows consumers to upload photos of their pets and share them with other enthusiasts around the globe. People can view and buy photos of their pets by clicking the “feed” link on the website where they can also find out more about their pet and whether they are searching for a particular pet or animal.