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Last week I came across this new amazing photography service called Exposure. From their website:

Exposure was created for photographers who want a more meaningful and effortless way to publish their work — in the context of a narrative, instead of a feed or single photo on a permalink page. We help you tell a great story, while putting your photography front and center.

I got a invitation to use the beta version of Exposure and the product is beautiful, easy to use, and the photo narratives on there so far are pretty captivating. People are telling stories about local artisans, exotic travel destinations, and awesome events that I’ve never heard about before (a Holi run?! Genius. Sign me up next year.) I’ve been putting together photo essays on this blog for some time now and I love telling stories through photography, so I couldn’t wait to try out Exposure. I just put up my first Exposure post with some photos I took of my hometown this past Thanksgiving break. I highly recommend requesting a Beta invite so you can start telling your own stories.


  1. Angel Y. says: December 2, 201311:10 am

    Exposure sounds wonderful! Thank you for sharing a link. I’ve signed up for an invite. Your photos are beautiful!

    • Rashi says: December 3, 201311:01 am

      My pleasure—I hope you get an invitation soon!

  2. Liz says: December 2, 20131:49 pm

    Dang! These photos are fantastic. I’m always amazed at how awesome the iphone camera can be.

    • Rashi says: December 3, 201311:01 am

      Thanks, Liz! Yea, me too! I’m always so impressed with the quality of iphone photos. Things start to get blurry when the photos get too big, otherwise it’s pretty darn impressive.

  3. Fatty says: December 4, 20131:52 am

    fremont has seriously never looked so good. nice work fatthang

    • Rashi says: December 4, 201310:30 am

      Thanks Fatty! Good ole’ Fremie…

  4. Gandhali says: December 7, 201312:05 am

    Wow, these are from your iPhone? I especially love the last one; I recognise it from instagram :-)

    Not sure if these are the same, but the Holi run reminds me of the Colour Run! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Color_Run

    • Rashi says: December 9, 201311:21 am

      Yup, all iPhone! I’ve noticed that as long as there is enough light, the quality of the iPhone is awesome

  5. Melissa says: December 9, 20139:08 pm

    Holy crap you and your iPhone can take gorgeous photos! Signing up for Exposure right now!

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