Article Archive for October 2010
This week’s Life In LoFi blog Faved on Flickr, Oct. 31, 2010. A dozen or so amazing images shot and processed on an iPhone.
FlashPhix 2 by Phoenxsoftware is FREE for the next day or so in the App Store.
Burst Mode and Slow Shutter Cam are both free for today only. This price reduction will only last a few more hours so grab both now.
Cult of Mac is reporting that the long-delayed white iPhone 4 is being delayed not because of mismatched home buttons, light leaking from the case, or antenna issues, but because of light leaks within the camera.
Getting an app into a category’s Top 100 in the App Store gives apps greater visibility and exposure. A few unscrupulous developers resort to fake “shill” reviews in order to improve chart position and increase sales.
There are dozens of camera replacement apps available, but I think Camera Prime is one of the best ones in the store because of its speed, stability, and well thought out design.
I love to shoot the old US highway system. There are just so many wonderful, quirky things and places. The images practically compose themselves.
Since the Chicago Art Department show and Pixels at an Exhibition at Giorgi Gallery, the number of brick and mortar iPhoneography exhibitions and shows has increased substantially, raising awareness and helping to legitimize the art of the iPhone.
Slow Shutter Cam was recently updated and the 1.3 update is a very nice improvement over the earlier releases. Iâ€™ve got free promo codes to give away to eight random readers.
Overall, Camera Prime is one of the better camera replacement apps available. It’s a streamlined app with plenty of extra features that improve upon Apple’s own Camera app.
The new version of CameraTAN was released recently. Version 3.0 actually has more improvements than listed in the official App Store description.
This week’s Life In LoFi blog Faved on Flickr, Oct. 24, 2010. A dozen or so amazing images shot and processed on an iPhone.