My life is so awesome that every second is packed with material worthy of photographing.
Literally. Every. Second is photo-worthy. I thought there was no way to share my thrill-a-minute lifestyle with all my Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram friends. I mean, even one day of photos…let's see…that's 60 seconds, times 60 minutes, times 24 hours, times 12 megabytes…that's a million megabytes per day! No memory card could handle that.
Luckily I found out about these nifty Eye-Fi SDHC Memory Cards. They connect to your Wi-Fi network and can synch photos from your camera on the fly without even plugging it in. So I can record every second of my life and my camera dumps the photos online as fast as I can take them using the Endless Memory Mode. So every cat, baby, flower, mountain, interesting man, ornate mug, neon sign, and crescent moon I see will be forever recorded in the annals of time.
Some people say, "Your life couldn't possibly be worth taking that many photos of." To which I respond: (a) You shouldn't end sentences with a preposition, and (b) Yes it is. Even while typing this, a drag queen with a chihuahua, a wizened Tibetan monk, and an asteroid just passed me on the street. Luckily I was taking photos at my regular once-per-second clip, and caught it all. Follow me on Instagram if you don't believe me, but prepare for the DELUGE. I think I'll do the asteroid in Lo-Fi.