1. instagram:

    Photojournalists from around the globe have begun using Instagram as an important part of their storytelling, using the intimacy and immediacy of mobile photography to open up new avenues of engagement with their audiences.

    From Hurricane Sandy’s destruction to baseball’s opening season, photojournalists are capturing and sharing the world’s stories with people in real time through Instagram.

    To tune into the news as it unfolds, be sure to follow these photojournalists:

    • Michael Christopher Brown, documents life in Congolese refugee camps — @michaelchristopherbrown
    • Ben Lowy, a conflict and feature photographer based in New York City — @benlowy
    • Phil Moore, a British photojournalist based in East Africa — @philmoorephoto
    • Kevin Frayer, the chief photographer for the Associated Press in South Asia — @kevinfrayer
    • Ivan Kashinsky, a freelance photographer based in Quito, Ecuador — @ivankphoto
    • Michael Yamashita, a documentary photographer for National Geographic specializing in Asia — @yamashitaphoto

  2. A hybrid Instagram-Polaroid camera that uploads AND prints your pictures. 
Such a fellow atavist! 

    A hybrid Instagram-Polaroid camera that uploads AND prints your pictures. 

    Such a fellow atavist! 

  3. Dronestagram shares images of drone strike locations to make them “more real.”

    Dronestagram shares images of drone strike locations to make them “more real.”

  4. An app that sends smells via text message?

    Never thought we’d say this…but that might be too immersive. 

  5. A photojournalist uses his iPhone to document war-torn Libya. 

    A photojournalist uses his iPhone to document war-torn Libya. 

  6. Homer, meet Hipstamatic: Photographer retraces the Odyssey with his iPhone. 

  7. wired:

Today we’re surrounded by photos. Yet how many actually end up on our walls?
In the interest of making the moments we capture more lasting, several companies have proposed devices that will turn our digital photos into analog keepsakes. The newest is the Impossible Project’s “Instant Lab,” which transfers your iPhone photos to instant film.

Our favorite atavist, ever. 

    wired:

    Today we’re surrounded by photos. Yet how many actually end up on our walls?

    In the interest of making the moments we capture more lasting, several companies have proposed devices that will turn our digital photos into analog keepsakes. The newest is the Impossible Project’s “Instant Lab,” which transfers your iPhone photos to instant film.

    Our favorite atavist, ever. 

  8. Radiolab’s quirky new iPhone app. 

    Radiolab’s quirky new iPhone app.