Article Archive for January 2010
Image Mash-up brings Photoshop-style Layers editing to the iPhone. It’s a noble effort, unfortunately it falls way short on many levels.
The list of finalists has been posted and this looks to be quite an exhibition. The exhibit features works of dozens of iphoneographers from around the globe
Fort Worth, Texas
January 27, 2010
Toolbox: Format126, TiltShift Generator, Perfectly Clear
I was recently interviewed by John Meadows for the On the Log podcast. In “Episode 89: Less is More”, we discuss using the iPhone and some recent apps to capture the look of old analog photography.
I didn’t create these. The bakery artisans at Central Market in Fort Worth did. They really are artists and dessert is their palette.
If you like shooting wide, landscape images, several of the film effects and the great vignette make this app worthy of consideration just to play around with for now and to get into the upgrade path, but keep in mind that the app currently has its flaws.
The latest version of Photoshop.com Mobile has just been released and, for the most part, this update builds on all that was good about the first release.
One of the features that makes the iPhone camera unique is the availability of thousands of photography-related apps. For less than the cost of a DVD, you can basically get a whole new camera experience.
Texas photographers joke that our Golden Hour — the time before and after sunset (or sunrise) is really the Golden 12 Minutes.
Honestly, when I heard about this app from a friend of mine, my first thought was “Cool! A Peter Max app!”
I feel lucky when I stumble upon a cool link that’s motivational in some way.
The darker your photograph, the greater the chance there will be noise in the image.