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In the lead-up to the Madrid show, the eyephoneography blog has posted an interview with Sally Gutierrez Dewar, another member of the show’s selection committee.
While the rest of us are waiting patiently for our free iPhone 4 cases from Apple, here’s a really cool case mod for your iPhone 4 — one that looks like a Leica M8 camera.
Darren Milligan is one of the judges of the eyephoneography Madrid show and was recently interviewed on their blog. it’s very interesting to read his insights on iPhone photography and mobile phone photography….
The September 2010 issue of Macworld features a cover shot of an iPhone 4… that was shot and post-processed using an iPhone 4!
Photoble recently ran a great story, “10 Tips To Get Your Photos Noticed on Flickr” with some excellent pointers on increasing the visibility of your posted photography and is a great tutorial to help your images get noticed on Flickr
Cool Link: ImageRights Just Made It Easier To Find Out Who’s Using Your Photos Without Your Permission
ImageRights is a service that helps photographers scan the web for unauthorized use of their images. Now, they are offering this service to photographers for free.
Sizing up the iPhone 4 for shutterbugs – Chris Foresman on Ars Technica takes us on a more in-depth tour of both of the iPhone 4’s cameras.
Polaroid effects are among the more popular of these iPhone analog filters.
Should I wait even more before I upgrade my iPhone 2G to hold out for the brave new world of 4G wireless? I don’t think so.
When Adobe updated the recently released Photoshop CS5, it removed a bunch of filters and presets that were available in previous versions.
I’m a huge proponent of learning the rules — learning how and why things work — so that when the opportunity arises, you know when to break them.
Chicago-based iPhoneographer Jeremy Edwards, who has contributed to Life In LoFi, was recently interviewed by Qiana Mestrich on Dodge & Burn Blog