Article Archive for January 2012
A couple of weeks ago, I reviewed new iPhone photo app AnalogColor. The app has a new update that addresses a couple of the issues I had with the 1.0 release. The new 1.1 update makes it a better app — definitely more usable for iPhoneographers
Photogene2 recently received a big update with several new features, including several new tools and the ability to order photo products in-app.
If you’ve got some or all of the popular Photojojo iPhone lenses, keeping them secure when carrying them around can be a problem. Photojojo has solved this problem. They now have a custom case that fits the set of lenses and accessories that they offer.
Here’s the January 29, 2012 edition of Faved On Flickr, our weekly iPhone photography showcase. A weekly selection of images from the outstanding iPhoneography submitted to Life In LoFi’s Flickr group.
There is less than a week left to submit your photos to the eyephoneography #3 open call. More information can be found on eyephoneography’s website.
misskiwi’s Squara photo app is another very good square format app that integrates nicely with Instagram, but also makes a great shooter on its own. Squara is on sale now for a limited time for only $0.99 — a savings of $1.00.
Simply B&W is a simple, easy to use monochrome conversion app you can use to make black & white photos that pop. It’s FREE right now in the App Store, down from $0.99. Grab it now. This discount is for a very limited time only.
Giuseppe Capozzo won the ScratchCam category with his colorful and playful “You, Too”. In the iPhoneography community, he’s better known as krapoz. Click past the jump to learn more about krapoz and to read what he has to say. It’s a great read.
Hipstamatic’s 235 update hit the App Store this afternoon and they delivered on not one but two highly sought after features: tap-to-focus (only in the zoomed-in view) and the ability to save fave combos of lens/film/flash.
Fisheye Camera is one of the worst apps I’ve ever reviewed and is only as high as it is on the charts because of possible App Store shill reviews. I recommend that you avoid this app. Read past the jump to find out why.
Among the recent winners of the MPA was the abstract industrial “Image pic #35″ by Japan’s Souichi Furusho. His photography is simple yet stunning. We finally caught up with Souichi. Here’s the Life In LoFi interview.
iPhoneography Montreal’s Unlock exhibition offers the visions from three artists who have iPhoneography as a common medium, a new form of mobile photography that is gradually being accepted in the evolving world of the visual arts.