Article Archive for February 2010
I have much love for Hipstamatic. No other app (or Photoshop plug-in) creates such organic and analog-looking images so easily.
PhotoSize is a utility that does one thing — it gives you the pixel dimensions of any image from your iPhone’s photo library or camera roll.
From The Random Photographer blog, here’s an interesting variation of the image-a-day concept.
Louise stands in the middle of the terminal, facing the travelers and the Chili’s-To-Go.
Although several other apps have a straightening tool, among them Photogene and PhotoForge, none offer the image resampling that Straighten Image does.
Dinner with my Dad, February 23, 2010, Anaheim, California
Unlike many of the “flash fixer apps” available, it’s more than just a flash enhancer which simply brightens images. Auto Adjust uses “contrast stretching” or normalization to help correct exposure.
You just downloaded the latest update of your favorite app to your iPhone, but the new version crashes and the old version is no longer available in the App Store. Are you out of luck until the fix is released? Maybe not.
If you want to make quality prints from your images, before you buy an iPhone photo app check to see if it saves at 100%. Many of the most popular ones don’t.
iPhoneography: Ticket Booth, The Castro
One of the issues that occasionally pops up for me is that sometimes pictures taken on my iPhone don’t display with their proper rotation in some, non-Apple instances. Usually, I encounter this with third-party apps. A new post at TUAW – The Unofficial Apple Weblog gives a very interesting, very technical, very geeky way to fix this issue.
Two Theaters: The Castro gate, San Francisco, California