New York Cabs photo taken using a Kodak EasyShare M580 – edited with Picnik

Whilst I was in New York for the BlogHer conference, Kodak hosted a bus tour of New York city.  All bloggers attending the tour were armed with a Kodak EasyShare M580 (which we got to keep, yippee) and, after a delicious lunch at Caroline's Comedy Club we boarded two buses and photographed our way around the city for 3 hours.  It was fabulous.  I had been to New York on two previous occasions.  Very brief day trips.  So I hadn't really seen a lot of the sights.  This time I did though.  

This camera has now become my everyday, live-in-my-bag camera.  The 2 main features that I love are the image stabilization, which was perfect for the bus tour, because being on a moving bus and snapping photos, the last thing we wanted was for them to be blurry.  And as it's name says, it's an 'EasyShare' camera, meaning that you can link your social media sites such as Facebook, You Tube, Flickr and your Kodak Gallery and once your camera is connected to your computer, you can automatically upload your photographs to these sites.   Perfect for us photo taking social media junkies.

Here are a few more photographs that I took on the tour.

New york

New york photo

New york city

Disclosure: The Kodak EasyShare M580 was provided as part of the New York City Bus Tour event, but it's now mine.  All mine.

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ModernMom August 30, 2010 - 8:23 pm

I can’t believe what a great shot you capture with that camera@!
I didn’t make it to BlogHer10 but am starting the planning to make the trek for BlogHer11!

Tonya Staab August 31, 2010 - 1:23 pm

It helps to have a little creative editing too ;-), but I love how it came out. I uploaded a few more of my favorites here if you want to have a look:

Cheryl August 31, 2010 - 8:01 pm

Tonya, this SO reminds me of the marvelous compositions of phtorealist painter, Richard Estes. You’ve an uncanny gift! What a shot!

Birdrockfab September 1, 2010 - 10:51 am

Love how the energy of NYC comes through. Nice work!

Tonya Staab September 5, 2010 - 6:03 pm

Thank you so much Cheryl. I’m off to do an on-line search of Richard Estes. I cannot wait to see his works now.

Tonya Staab September 5, 2010 - 6:04 pm

Thank you. I have to say I was surprised that such a little camera could capture some of the great shots it did.


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