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We’re not going away. We’re still here. We’ve got another couple of weeks before I’ll really have a lot of time to give to this blog, but time is opening back up.
While I’m tied up trying to put the finishing touches on my upcoming presentation at Macworld this week. I thought I’d throw an easy topic for discussion out there and see what kind of replies we get from the community. What are some of your favorite photo apps that you’re currently using?
It was six years ago today that Steve Jobs announced “Today, Apple is going to reinvent the phone.” The original iPhone was announced by Steve Jobs on January 9, 2007 after months of the standard Apple rumors and speculation.
Happy Holidays from Life In LoFi!
Today is the third anniversary of my first post on Life In LoFi. Over the years with your support, LoFi has grown from a small Wordpress.com blog to one of the leading iPhoneography blogs today.
One thing that Snapseed and Instagram have in common is that they were both recently purchased by the two biggest players in the game. I have a feeling that’s not good for either app.
As the popularity of the iPhone grows and more users discover the greatness of the iPhone camera, I’m seeing more and more influential pundits try to invent and popularize a word for iPhone photography. Recently, I’ve seen “iPhonography”, “iPhotography”, “iPhonetography”, “Mobile Photography” and many others. They all try to label a new art form that was so perfectly named years ago by Glyn Evans. We have a word for this emerging art form. It’s called “iPhoneography.”
P1xels.com has launched an Indiegogo campaign to finance the revamping of P1xels.com. The new site is being recoded from scratch and modernized in HTML5 and will offer much more advanced features than the site currently offers.
This post will be relevant to maybe a few dozen readers. I’m one of them. The new Instagram 2.5.1 update was recently released. For the first time, it’s no longer old iPhone-friendly.
Two years ago today, Instagram’s first photo was posted. For better or for worse, Instagram has had a huge impact on iPhoneography and more importantly, the way and the frequency that we (collectively) shoot and share photos.
This was no ordinary 365 project. Andrew Caldwell’s travels have taken him all around the world. He’s decided to document and share them on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and on his own website. For those of us who are stuck at home and even those of us who tackle more modest 365s, Andrew’s is a huge project and his iPhone photography from the corners of the globe is awesome.
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