Photography of South Congress in Austin, Texas photographed by Nan Palmero using a Samsung Galaxy NX Android camera.
One of the exciting parts of having a girlfriend who loves to shoot photos is the frequent “yes” to the invitation to go on a photowalk. Of course, a tasty drink and a bite at a fun restaurant is in order as well. Here are thirteen photos of quirky South Congress in Austin, Texas.
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All photos shot on the Samsung Galaxy NX, the first camera to have Android and interchangeable lenses (referral link).
A brick oven is a magical device where no matter what you cook in it, your food tastes 10,258,647x more delicious than any other heating element can provide. Once our bellies were full of delicious pizzas, we strolled around downtown Corpus Christi in nooks and crannies to find parts we hadn’t ever seen.
January was an interesting month of travel. I was honored and amazed to be chosen by Samsung and Getty Images as the National Imagelogger of the Year 2013 for the United States. The Samsung Imagelogger program shares Samsung cameras, lenses and gear for photographers from amateurs to pros to photograph the world any way they see fit. Imagelogger of the Year for each participating country was sent to Spain for the award ceremony with Samsung and Getty Images executives. We ate delicious food, saw gorgeous sites, took a Jeep Safari and most importantly, connected with other wonderful people from around the world. It was a humbling and fun experience. Here are my thirteen shots from the adventure. My photos were shot with the Samsung Galaxy NX camera.
Samsung created the Imagelogger program, putting their newest cameras in the hands of amateur and professional photographers. From time to time, they have photo adventures where a few of us are selected and flown to fun locations to take pictures. In January 2014, I was invited to join the talented team from around the world for a photo trip to Los Angeles/Hollywood, Las Vegas and Grand Canyon National Park. Here are my 13 photos from the trip, shot with the Samsung Galaxy NX Smart Camera. You can learn more by following Samsung Camera USA on Twitter – @samsungcameraus and Facebook.