If you’re a photo-geek like myself or just spend a lot of time on Google+ (like myself ) Trey Ratcliff is pretty much a household name. But for those who don’t already know, Trey is a world class photographer that specializes in HDR photography. Trey’s photography is focused on travel, featuring locations in the United States, Japan, France, Argentina, China, Russia, Iceland New Zealand. Not only is he an incredible photographer, he is also a blogger, author and successful entrepreneur. His “100Camerasin1” app has had over 1 million downloads and is available for both iOS and Android.
In his latest app “Photo Voyages of Trey Ratcliff” he takes us around the world with his awe-inspiring images. Thanks to the sweet slideshow feature Trey’s photos come to life before your eyes. Each photo is displayed in stunning high definition and is accompanied by a description giving you some insight into Trey’s motivation for that particular shot. The app comes with 30 HD photos to get you started and also gives you 3 in-app purchase options. The “FIRST CLASS-12 Month Voyage” option gives you 1 new image per day plus 500 BONUS IMAGES and it costs $9.99. The “BUSINESS CLASS 6 Month Voyage” gets you 1 new image per day plus 200 BONUS IMAGES and that one costs $5.99. And finally, there is an “ECONOMY CLASS 3 Month Voyage” in which you get 1 new image per day plus 50 BONUS IMAGES. What’s great about this app is that it is optimized to give you the highest resolution possible on whatever device you happen to be viewing it on. It even supports the retina display on the new iPad. In my opinion, the app looks and feels terrific and is well worth the .99 cents. If you’re looking for a way to show off your new iPad or are just interested in sharing the magic of photography with someone, THIS is the app to do it!
Thanks again +Trey Ratcliff and the fine folks at +Stuck In Customs for the advanced screening 😉
Somebody left the door to the Internet open and guess who snuck in…THIS GUY!
I’m going to apologize in advance, for this is my first official attempt at maintaining a regular blog. Like many other first time bloggers I’ve had to get over the fact that there will be many people out there who are completely uninterested in what I have to say. I respect that. I realize that not everyone is as obsessed with technology as I am, but I also know that there are plenty of folks out there that are, and that’s who this blog is for. If you’re a fan of the Internet, computers, video games, digital photography, cyber culture or just passionate about technology in general, it might be worth stopping by once in a while. For the record, I am acutely aware of the fact that the Blogosphere is both noisy and overcrowded, but that’s not going to stop me from throwing my hat into the ring. It is my opinion that as we head towards a future where we put more and more of our lives online it becomes increasingly important that we take control of our “personal brands” and that we have a voice on the Internet. A personal blog is a great way to do that, so that’s what I’ll do. Writing doesn’t come naturally to me so please bare with me…think of this blog as a Beta release…things should get better in time. That being said, I promise to do my best to bring you some cool personal and/or tech related articles. I hope that by sharing some of my experiences I can add some value to the Internet and maybe even your lives. Technology is my true my passion and I hope that translates into some decent posts but if it doesn’t please feel free to leave a comment lol. I appreciate any feedback you might have (trolls…be gentle)! Also feel free to add me to your “Technology” circles on Google+ (its pretty much my second home). Thanks so much for stopping by, I look forward to connecting/sharing with all of you 😉
…And on that note I’ll leave you with this little Easter egg…