Article Archive for May 2012
Tracy Munson of Photocruncher interviewed iPhoneographer Jennifer Bracewell recently. In case you missed it, here’s the link.
Today, the western United States gets treated to a rare astronomical event, an annular eclipse of the sun. Depending on where you are, the show starts around 5:00 PM Pacific Time and runs to almost 8:00 PM.
Internet talk show iPhoneographers Talk, featuring Guy Yang and and Jack Hollingsworth is online and available now.
Tomorrow, Friday May 18, I’ll be appearing as part of a panel discussion on “The Everyday Revolution Of Mobile Photography” in San Francisco as part of the SFFAF.
When we first reviewed Picfx, it was a quirky little square format photo app with a fairly straightforward number of filter effects. It’s grown into a pretty versatile square format photo effects app with a large number of filter presets, adjustments and other new tools.
Our weekly iPhone photography showcase, Faved On Flickr, for May 14, 2012, featuring outstanding iPhoneography from Shel Serkin, Dixon Hamby, Simon Sparks, Alessandro Orrea, Jennifer Bracewell, Edina Herold, Ginger Lucero, and Benamon Tame.
The new 3.1.4 update has just been released. After just seven months, 100 Cameras in One comes close to supporting full, square format resolution of the iPhone 4S.
Today, I’ve got some Snapseed promo codes to give away. The app normally sells for $4.99.
The new 2.4 versions of Perfectly Clear for both iPhone and iPad have finally hit the App Store today. They are both loaded with a lot of goodness, including a sale price reduction and a lot of bug-fixes.
The iOS 5.1.1 update was quietly released by Apple today. It’s mainly a bug-fix release, but there is one new fix that is of interest to iPhoneographers. The new update “Improves reliability of using HDR option for photos taken using the Lock Screen shortcut”.