Not too proud to admit I spent/wasted two hours yesterday making sets of images that made it look like I was chatting with celebrities on Twitter. Learned some neat things in the process. Twitter for web crops all image previews at 2x1 and handles transparency perfectly, which is cool for keeping the effect believable even when the user mouses over it (which darkens the tweet). Twitter for mobile crops image previews at 4x2.25 though. This happens to work better for this "hack" since the web version left a lot of extra space at the bottom. The screenshot above is from the mobile app. It looks like a tweet, but is actually just an uploaded image.
I'm playing around with @glitch4ios, a brand new glitch app for iOS. I like that it has a rotate feature and variable controls for effects level. Be sure to switch to high res mode though. #corruptabsolutely
I just shared a bunch of brand new #wigglegram shots from a recent @8bitsf show, including this fun shot of @bit_shifter, one of my favorite electronic musicians out there. These were taken on film with my #bundle 3D camera. See the full batch on http://docpop.org