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Life In LoFi’s hands-on guide to upgrading to iOS 7. More than any previous iOS update, iOS 7 will break things that you may depend on. I took the plunge early. Here’s what you need to know.
Photogene4 for iPhone and iPad has been “released.” Photogene2 for iPhone has been updated. Both iOS 7 compatible.
Our weekly iPhoneography showcase for September 14 is out and features outstanding iPhoneography from Tess Gomm, Paula Gardener, Cindi Hobgood, Shel Serkin, Paul Moore, Clint Cline, Souichi Furusho, Cara Gallardo Weil, Petyr Campos, Ale Di Gangi, and more.
Will Hipstamatic and Oggl work in iOS 7? It’s not “if” but “when” and we’ve got the answer from Lucas Buick, CEO of Hipstamatic.
VSCO Supply just released new free presets for the app, the Street Etiquette X VSCO pack. Built in collaboration with Street Etiquette, a fashion, photography, creative company based in New York City, the new set has three filters which add cool, fashionable high-fashion effects to your photos.
We’ve got a brand-new copy of the excellent book “The Art of iPhone Photography” by Bob Weil and Nicki Fitz-Gerald.to give away this week. Keep reading to find out how you can win.
My review of the Muku Shuttr, a remote shutter release for iPhone and Samsung mobile phone devices. There are other remote shutter release gizmos available for iPhone. I think none of them are as slick as the Shuttr.
Cool Link: Perspective Correction – A short guide to perspective distortion and correction in photography.
“Why are my buildings falling over?” iPhoneographer Misho Baranovic explains perspective, linear distortion, and more — and how to correct it.
We review vividHDR, a true HDR app that creates stunning bright and vibrant color photos without the overprocessing and halos often associated with other iPhone HDR apps.
Every iPhone and iPad sold comes with a remote shutter release for the camera. This is a basic iPhone photo tip, but if you haven’t seen it before it’s a great one.
You can get good-quality iPhone photo prints from any iDevice. While most photo sharing is done online these days, all iPhones have very print-friendly resolutions, including the early 2 megapixel cameras of the 2G and 3G.