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The iPad will change in a very big way how we receive content and information. I believe the iPad will create new industries and rescue old ones.
Recently I posted a rant about the glut of low-res apps. There were many excellent comments on the post, including several from developers.
It’s a great quote and I thought I’d share it here.
One of my biggest peeves in the App Store is the recent glut of super-low-res photo apps. These are the apps that save images at 320×480 pixels (or less). Seriously, that’s 0.154 megapixels. The original VGA resolution from the late 1980’s was 640×480 pixels.
By now, all 24+ timezones are into a new year and a new decade. I hope 2010 is a good one for all of you and I wish you success in all of your pursuits, …
However you are spending your day today, whether it’s in snow, on a beach, in a city our out in the country, I wish you the merriest of Christmases this year.
We’re back. I’ve got a long list of reviews to post, images to show and links to share. Enough gabbin’. Back to work….
Look for isolated, vivid colors and experiment.
You don’t have to photograph everything.
Today, I’m in Seattle taking ProCamera by Daemgen.net for a test. My default camera app has been Camera Genius, despite its lack of a quality zoom. My default digital zoom lens app is the excellent …
October 2, 2009
Stacy and I are returning to Seattle for the second time this year. The first time back in February wasn’t a photo trip, even with an SLR. It was a 24 hour mileage …
Basically, LoFi photography is making art out of snapshots.