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As the quality of compact cameras improve,a new patent by Apple states that users are desire more of the features found in high-end DSLRs,
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iBooks Author is either the savior of publishing or the worst thing that’s ever happened to publishing. I think it’s pretty awesome, but there are a few things iPhoneographers need to know before you use it to self-publish.
One of the two new gizmos this year that I find really intriguing is Polaroid’s new venture into instant digital photography, the SC1630. It’s basically a Polaroid-branded digital camera with an Android-based smartphone.
Here’s wishing you and yours a very happy and prosperous 2012!
Thank you for letting me share with you my thoughts, opinions and musings throughout the year. As the art form grows in reach and acceptance, …
Here’s wishing you and yours a very Merry Christmas, a Happy Hanukkah, or whatever holiday you are celebrating at this time of year. I hope these are good times for you spent with family and …
We’ve been doing some under the hood changes recently to the blog. Some of them you can see as tweaks to the social sharing buttons and minor improvements to the mobile version of the blog. Others are under the hood.
My graphic design studio is usually steady with work. Recently, I’ve had over twice as many large projects as I normally would. In the past few days, I’ve put the last two, including the largest, to bed. You’ll now hear and see a lot more from me on the blog and online.
Hi, there, Life In LoFi readers! Just a quick update to let you know where your daily dose of lo-fi has gone.
Business at my graphic design studio is through the roof right now. We do …
Technology (moving at such a steady clip as it does) has reached massive benchmarks. Perhaps leading this charge into centuries unknown is a surprising little tool weâ€™ve all grown accustomed to carryingâ€¦.
Like so many others, I owe my career to Steve Jobs. Without his vision, I can’t even imagine what I’d be doing or what my life would be like right now.