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These have been out for a while, but in case you missed them, DustFilmsOriginals, the YouTube channel of filmmaker Dustin McLean, released both a “sweded” version of the “Star Trek Into Darkness” trailer, as well as a fascinating behind-the-scenes look.
iPhoneographer Dilshad Corleone is featured in this great, inspirational, well-shot video with some great advice for shooting, composing and telling a story with an image.
Mophie has released its new battery pack case for iPhone 5. We don’t have a review unit of the new mophie juice pack for iPhone 5, but Mashable does. Here are my thoughts and a link.
iPhoneographer Alon Goldsmith was recently featured in Forbes online — less as a guy who shoots with an iPhone and more as an artist who uses the iPhone as a tool to create and share.
Last week, the largest gathering of the iPhoneography movement brain trust assembled at MacWorld/iWorld. It was several days of workshops, presentations, panels, meet & greets and photowalks.
“Strange Worlds” is a very cool photo project from photographer Matthew Albanese. The link contains a video that needs to be seen to be believed… or should it?
One of my biggest soapboxes throughout the years here on Life In LoFi has been to raise awareness of low-res apps. Here’s a great post by John Balestrieri from a developer’s standpoint about why some photo apps do and some apps don’t support high-res output.
In the spirit of the #FF Follow Friday hashtag on Twitter, I’d like to invite you to also follow Life In LoFi on our other social media channels, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Flipboard, and Flickr. Keep reading for the wheres and whys….
Wired.com has just published an excellent interview with photographer/mobile photographer Steven Mayes, the director of VII Photo Agency. In it, he talks about the transitions from analog to digital and from digital to mobile photography.
The Blueprint is a great iPhone wallpaper created by Brad Hellyar. He’s updated the wallpaper for the larger screen of the iPhone 5.
Here’s a link to a classic post on the MCP Actions blog about tips to break your photography rut. It’s aimed at professionals and photographers who shoot with rigs, but it still has some good, usable tips for breaking an iPhoneography rut as well.
Photographer Jana Werner has created some Photoshop actions which recreate the three missing Instagram effects — Gotham, Poprocket, and Apollo — as well as Nashville. You can now recreate these lost filters on your desktop or laptop.