May 4, 2004

SXSW 2004 Photos

I’ve been catching up on my photo processing and my SXSW 2004 photos are now online. I took 31 photos and posted 6 — I probably would have taken more, but there are only so many gadgets I can carry around at once. I could really only comforably carry either my PowerBook or my camera and on some days I just needed the PowerBook more. (For that reason, I’m halfway-tempted to pick up one of those tiny digicams for next year’s SXSW so that I can carry both a camera and a laptop.)

I ended up taking most of my photos on the last day, Tuesday, as I didn’t really need my PowerBook during any of the panels that day (it seems that the last day’s panels are always a bit on the fluff-side). After the morning’s panels, a bunch of us went to eat at a Vietnamese restaurant and that’s where I got most of my photos.

Standard photo-entry text: All my photos are released under a Creative Commons license which roughly states that you’re free to “copy, distribute, display, and perform the work”. Also, I’ve resized all the images to 1024-width before uploading them as it can be a bit hard to get your head around a full 5 MP image. However, if you want the full-resolution version of any images, just ask.

This work, unless otherwise expressly stated, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 United States License.
3 Responses to “SXSW 2004 Photos”
  1. josh says:

    Second photo is Dan Budiac.

  2. Alex says:

    Josh: Ah, thanks, I’ve corrected that.

  3. Josh M says:

    Maya recently picked up a Casio Exilim S2, on the advice of this article and I have to say it rules. It’s not the best picture in the world, but damn is it small. So small, in fact, she takes it everywhere – even when she knows for sure she won’t need it.

    The 2MP version was on clearout for about $160 – the 3MP is the current version. I agree with Cory – this thing is great.

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