Article Archive for October 2011
Incredibooth, from the makers of Hipstamatic, is FREE this weekend only. Other than the occasional HipstaPaks, anything Hipstamatic-related rarely goes on sale for free.
There is a bug in Hipstamatic 225 that prevents the app from saving full resolution images on an iPhone 4S. In high quality mode, the maximum file size is only 1200 x 1200 pixels .
Whether or not you got a the spiffy new iPhone 4S, have you upgraded to iOS 5 yet? It’s a great iOS update once you get it on your device. Even better, most of the apps I use daily have had no problems with the new OS.
Lisa Bettany has posted on the Camera+ blog side by side comparisons showing the lack of the red dot bokeh in the new iPhone 4S which is a characteristic of the iPhone 4’s camera in certain conditions.
While I wait for my iPhone 4S (I hope it’s delivered sometime tomorrow. Hope…), here’s another comparison of the iPhone 4 and new iPhone 4S cameras, this one by blogger Mark Stagi.
LoFi’s weekly showcase, Faved On Flickr, for October 16, 2011. These images were selected from the outstanding iPhone photography recently submitted to Life In LoFiâ€™s Flickr group.
Technology (moving at such a steady clip as it does) has reached massive benchmarks. Perhaps leading this charge into centuries unknown is a surprising little tool weâ€™ve all grown accustomed to carryingâ€¦.
iPhoneographer Dixon Hamby has posted a side-by-side comparison of images taken with an iPhone 4S and an iPhone 4.
My iPhone is now updated. All in-app photo albums restored. I didn’t lose any Hipstamatic lenses in the update. Now, to take iOS 5 for a shakedown….
AutoStitch Panorama has long been the favorite pano app of this blog and many iPhoneographers. The 4.0 update has been released with new features and iOS 5 compatibility.
Over the weekend, I was able to use an iPhone 4 with a golden master — basically a release copy — of iOS 5. I didn’t have much hands on time with it, but here are my thoughts and a few screenshots of the greatly improved Apple Camera and Photos apps.
The new iOS 5 hits the streets and will be causing much Apple server poundage this Wednesday, October 12. Should you upgrade to the new OS immediately or wait a while until the kinks are worked out?