Reclaiming the Animated Gif via Gemini

If you’ve been following my twitter or twitpic streams you’ve noticed that I’ve taken them to using them as a platform to publish animated gifs that I’ve shot with my iphone. The images below have been taken using Gemini for the iphone, my earlier gifs were taken using an app named 3D camera but Gemini has allowed me to do a lot of great street reporting on the spot.

Aside from my twitpic/twitter feeds I have a gallery of select gifs on flickr. Twitpic doesn’t allow embeds so the below gallery of images are all from flickr. If you’re viewing this blog through facebook or some mobile devices you won’t be able to see them move. Check out the original post at https://rioyanez.com/2010/06/18/reclaiming-the-animated-gif-via-gemini/.

Fire in Chinatown
The Beauty of 24th and Mission at Night
Laundry Time
Passing me by...
Muni Scene: 26th and Mission
Rene walking down Valencia
Thrifted, loaned, and pawned

Peace,

Rio

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