Article Archive for July 2010
Two new apps have been released that will be really cool when they work properly. As they are now, both Panorama 360 and Eraser Camera are alpha-level apps in their version 1.0 releases.
Recently, the Pic Grunger 3.1 update was released and it contains a bug that saves all images at no more than 800×600 pixels. Here’s a temporary fix to get high res working.
If you’re in or around the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex tomorrow, Saturday, July 31, 2010, check out one of the area’s first brick and mortar exhibits of iPhone photography, the HipShootOut Exhibit here in Dallas tomorrow evening.
The ProCamera 2.8 update by daemgen.net was released yesterday and it is one of very few camera replacements apps that is fully iPhone 4 compatible.
The September 2010 issue of Macworld features a cover shot of an iPhone 4… that was shot and post-processed using an iPhone 4!
The FILM LAB 1.1 update has bug fixes and a ton of new filters that make this an app to get excited about!
Our new poll this week is now that you can legally jailbreak your iPhone to run unsupported apps like SnapTap or PDANet, will you?
After the Mobile Photography Award 2010, Berlin-based EYEï¿½EM continues their work with the launch of a new website: a hub dedicated to the mobile photography movement.
There were some really cool updates released 7/26/10, including updates to Color Splash, Camera Plus Pro (the other Camera Plus), GorillaCam, and Tiffen’s Photo fx.
ClearCam for iPhone is on sale for $0.99 – that’s half off the $1.99 it normally goes for and a huge $7 off what some of us paid for it when it was only available for jailbroken iPhones.
You Gotta See This! is an easy, fun app that replicates the panoramic collage style of photography.
Life In LoFi now has our own Flickr group and you are welcome to join and contribute.