Article Archive for October 2009
One of my favorite pre-iPhone images.
When I photograph, some images just don’t seem to fit the standard iPhone aspect ratio of 4:3. Camera HD is a quick way to help compose an image for a wide (or stubby) frame.
In a packed show, odds were good that you would see the back of someone’s head covering up part of the screen. If you were tall like me, you were “that guy.”
There is a huge bug with this app — an image orientation bug. Images are saved rotated 90° off.
The company that gave us Fingerprint Scanner actually produced an app with one of the better flash enhancement algorithms for the iPhone. Despite its bugs, the flash enhancement is really good….
You can’t make a Texas bar. They don’t just happen. Good ones take time. They need their scratches and stains. Really good ones will have its own permasmoke smell….
Normally $2.99 USD, it’s on sale once again this weekend only for $0.99 — over 65% off! Good through Sunday, October 25, 2009.
iPhoneography: Faces in a Crowd
Rather than use an algorithm that varies according to the value of the color, it looks like all this app does is crank up the overall “Brightness.”
Look for isolated, vivid colors and experiment.
Like variations on a theme in a piece of music, some variations on an image.
I love my iPhone 2G and think it’s one of the most amazing pieces of consumer technology I’ve ever owned. Really, this is a device that rivals many that we’ve seen in Star Trek.