Thursday, June 03, 2010

Photo Printed in The NY Times

It has always been an honor to be affiliated with the amazingly talented Debate Society, A Brooklyn based theatre company comprised of three very close friends of mine, including my best friend. Their theatre is unmatched, always unique, and always a must see. So I am very happy that they have received a slew of positive reviews for their new play, Buddy Cop 2. Most recently, this rave review from the New York Times. And I'm very lucky to have my photo beside them. It wouldn't be the wonderful photo it is, without their months and months of hard work and creativity that they always put into their pieces.

Please check it out if you have the chance!!

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

City Beautiful Carpentry Video

I hope you will enjoy my latest work. I produced this video for a local woodshop, Shot and edited myself and I'm pretty darn happy with it.

City Beautiful Carpentry from Ian Savage on Vimeo.

Wednesday, January 06, 2010

Best Camera

I wanted to share with you my newest obsession, the I-phone App Best Camera and it's accompanying online community.

I have long used several I-phone applications to edit my I-phone photos, as well as upload them to twitter and facebook and flickr and such. But recently I glanced over the article headlines on and came across an article about the Best Camera app, designed by photographer Chase Jarvis. And I can honestly say, it is totally awesome. I have done little else with my free time but spend it with this application. I even went back into my archives, from Day ONE of my I-Phone days, picked all my favorites, loaded them into the phone and then edited them, and uploaded them to the best camera community and at the same time, a new flickr set. And it was all SO EASY.

Thank you Chase Jarvis, for an amazing application. If I could make three requests, it would be simply to allow you to personalize your home page's address, to be able to search for a photographer by name on the Photographer's page, and finally, and what I would like to see the most, is a simple NEXT and PREVIOUS button, when scrolling through your (and other's) images.

Here's the Flickr set of all my faves:

Get the flash player here:

If you have any interest in I-Phone Photography, definitely take a look at this application (only $3) and the community. Chase also has a book out, "The Best Camera is the one that's with you." Which is really nicely done, a great coffee table book and source of inspiration.