Ham Radio Instagraming Fool

Well, I haven’t really posted an Amateur Radio story in a looong time, so I figured I was due. Hopefully, many people didn’t miss me too much. But I’m working on a couple ideas for the blog here, that will allow me to have some good stuff for you to enjoy without me getting all burnt out.

My newly repaired rig in one of my Instagram photos.

My newly repaired rig in one of my Instagram photos.

But in the time I was away, I did get a smart phone finally. For those wondering, an iPhone4S, and I love it. And one of the things I found I liked doing with it, is taking pictures with the 8MP camera that is built into it. The photos always seem to come out looking great. And I have already found a few neat accessories I would love to have available for myself for taking photos and even recording audio. Then allowing me to blog on the go and put up content as soon as I have recorded it or snapped a picture. And then have it of course, propagate out to the various social media sites I frequent.

Since I got my phone, it’s like a paradigm shift has occurred with the media I want to produce. It all seems so much easier and simpler to create it, then share it. All from one or 2 devices, where before, I had to use 5 or 6 devices. It really is empowering.  I’ve started with just taking photos with the Instagram app and posting those on my Twitter and Facebook pages. And I’ve also started to play with another app called Blip.me Broadcast, which allows you to record 60 second audio clips and share them as well. Once I figure out how to integrate these into this site, it’s going to be a lot of fun doing this stuff! Till then, here are a few pics I took with Instagram. They of course are Ham Radio related.

73.

My newly repaired rig in one of my Instagram photos.
East Greenbush Club Meeting.

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Rich Gattie, KB2MOB, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from New York, USA. Contact him at [email protected].

2 Responses to “Ham Radio Instagraming Fool”

  • Chris Meisenzahl (K9ROC):

    Nice, I like it! Also loving my 4S.

  • Mike VE3WDM:

    Good morning, very nice pics my wife is a photographer and is very much into Instagram and Twitter. I also have an IPhone and just find it to be great and very easy to use. Your post has moved me closer to using both those media alongside my blog.
    Mike

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